Whether it’s donating one product for every product sold or donating a portion of profits, companies that aim to make a social impact have popped up for all types of businesses. TOMS shoes, Warby Parker glasses, Ark Collective school supplies, and many more. And while the buy one, give one model has been criticized, the prevalence of small businesses that set out on a mission to do good in the world has shed light on what consumers truly desire—and it allows us to take a closer look at brands who are doing it right, like The Soulfull Project.
TIQLD adds some real spice into the traditional spice rack. This line of spice blends work well for meat, fish, and veggies, packing in loads of flavor without requiring consumers to buy each individual spice and create the blend themselves. We spoke with Co-founder & Creative Sam Lane at Alphabet, the designers behind this bold and playful packaging, to learn more about creating the guiding theme, bringing the culture of India to life through the packaging, creating the custom typeface, and much more.
Explore more of the sweet life with Hannah Scarritt-Selman, founder of the NY-based artisan marshmallow company Little Boo Boo Bakery. In part 3 of a 4-part series, we’ll learn more about the nitty gritty of the business, including timelines, budgets, and the most valuable resources she used along the way.
Caribou Creative designed the packaging for Abeego®, the original all natural beeswax food wrap that keeps food alive.
LEFTGRAPHIC designed this simple yet elegant packaging for Thema, an olive oil that comes directly from Crete.
Hojiblanca produces blended olive oils for the discerning cook, and Spanish agency TSMGO created a smart packaging system to match. It provides a sample kit with three of popular blends and comes with a reader's guide to inform consumers on the ingredients of each oil, along with three tasting spoons.
Gianina Manuele & Gustavo Mancini designed the branding and packaging for Spelta, a homemade brew. The design features handmade elements which reflect the artisanal quality of the product.
Marshmallows are marshmallows, right? Not if Little Boo Boo Bakery has anything to say about it. In part 2 of a 4-part series, we're learning about the very beginning of Little Boo Boo Bakery, the artisan marshmallow company in New York started by Hannah Scarritt-Selman. In this part, we'll take a closer look at how these scrumptious sweets went from a passion of hers to a product available for purchase.
We’re digging these bright and sunny cans. The Bruery has come out with a variety of new brews that feature interactive instagram-friendly designs.
ZIFFER is a bold new line of air fresheners that stands out within the market. VórticeEstudio created the eye-catching packaging.
Caterina Bianchini designed the branding and packaging for Polú Poké, a new London-based Poke restaurant.
Just in time for the summer, Montalbán Estudio created this fun packaging for Mimbo wines. The design features adorable nautical-inspired illustrations and playful typography, making this a solid choice to sip on while taking in the sunshine.