So simple yet so impactful. For their in-house brand, VDA BANGKOK developed a tea line with varieties like rose white tea, earl grey black tea, banoffee black tea, and so much more. Their colorful boxes and sans serif font embrace simplicity while still possessing that eye-catching quality which is key for standing out in a saturated market.
When winter rolls around, it’ll be time to break out the sweaters, scarves, and hats. When designing the Winter Edition of DUMAY Cognac, LINEA - The Spirit Valley Designers turned to attire for inspiration and created a festive package that will get you ready to celebrate.
There are 12 different Budweiser breweries across the country, proudly brewing Bud’s distinct golden suds. Californians drink Budweiser brewed in California. New Yorkers drinks Bud from New York. To celebrate Budweiser’s home-grown pride, Bud replaced the name of the beer with the 11 individual states that brew Bud: California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Texas, and Virginia—bringing to life each state’s individuality, and only available for sale in those states.
Ahh coffee, the caffeinated beverage of the Gods. Coffee is consumed all over the world and prepared in a variety of different ways. The coffee market is saturated with a variety of choices, so it's only fitting that the industry has a plethora of amazing packaging designs. Here we gathered 45 awesome examples of coffee packaging. Grab a fresh cup and enjoy!
Inspiration for entrepreneurs is all around, but the deep details about how a brand goes from an idea to a physical product or service are fuzzy. We’re breaking it down this week with Unelefante. In part 2 of a 4-part series, learn about how Tatiana Sánchez got the idea for this party supply and gift company and how she turned into a full-fledged business.
All you need is a little bit of these delicious sauces and dressings for some serious flavor. With packaging from Design Happy, A Little Bit uses fresh herbs to make their mouthwatering lineup of condiments.
Bright, bold, and beautiful. OCEAN BRANDING redesigned OMBAR chocolates, giving them beautiful pops of color that are indicative of each mouthwatering flavor. Foiling adds a touch of elegance while the typeface feels drawn by hand, indicating that these are chocolate bars made with some special TLC.
Boost your body and mind with a healthy snack like Holy Snack. Designed by Studio Chapeaux, Holy Snack features an illustrated mascot in different outfits that adds a bit of personality and humor to the brand.
Fine wine is an experience for all the senses, so Ali Sahba designed this bottle concept that would play off of that idea. The bottles feature hues so intense that they bring tasting notes to mind—a delicate, flowery pink, a citrusy yellow, and a bold red.
Virgin drinks might just become your drink of choice, thanks to SEK’s amazing design for Alko Mocktails. These flavorful beverages come with trendy packaging that will mean you won’t even miss the alcohol.
After a 5-year process, the new Fanta bottle is finally here—and it’s totally twisted, literally. The inspiration for the design was born out of play, giving the bottle a fun, lively look. You’ll currently find the bottle in Great Britain, Italy, Poland, Malta, Serbia, Finland, and Romania, although it will expand production in the next few months.
Cracks are appearing in the once impenetrable walls that guarded the key to product and pack design. The unswerving focus on consumer insight to supposedly unlock innovation is waning. Consumer Packaged Goods manufacturers are beginning to realise more agile innovation that brings competitive advantage and has staying power, needs to come from stronger innovation foundations—beyond what consumers tell us.
Balloons, streamers, confetti, and more—Unelefante is dedicated to making celebrations bright, fun, and totally Instagram-worthy. Founded by Tatiana Sánchez, this Mexico-based magically takes the excitement of partying and puts them into decorations to make a bash even better. And what started as a small business run out of her mother’s home has now turned into a retail space biz with 10 full-time employees and a handful of paid interns.
“All illusions are to be used.”
While seeing the future might seem impossible, it’s exactly what Tough Slate Design tries to do. The agency, located in the Ukraine, states, “We are dedicated to invent solutions,” and this means going beyond what already exists and creating something new, fresh, and risky. With a wide portfolio of work, from advertising projects to branding to packaging, Tough Slate Design aims to look past the horizon and bring the solutions of the future here to us today.