Missed last week? We've rounded up all the best packaging design content from last week. Scroll through and take a look.Read More
Specialising in orthodox, or loose leaf, teas, Good & Proper prides themselves on the distinct flavor profiles as well as their dedication to sustainability. Each tea is sourced ethically and the leaves that aren't used, are collected daily and turned into biofuel. If that's not enough, all of the fun, pastel packages are recyclable!Read More
Student Laura Garcia Mut designed Malferits with medieval aesthetics to pay homage to the history of the town the brand is named after.Read More
Concepted by Open Studio, Dear Tea Society carefully wove together different flavors of tea with a book cover aesthetic to take the membership a step further. We've got to say, we're all about this fictional club and wish it was real.Read More
According to Paul Troon, Head of Design at Mecca Brands, “Empowering women to look and feel their very best underpins everything we do.”Read More
Outsiders channels it's botanical ingredients by not only embossing a few on the label is warm, metallic colors but by also listing the ingredients vertically in bold letters. At the top of each bottle is a brief description of flavors to ensure you take a sip of what's best for you and your taste buds.Read More
Maestro Dobel 1967 and Cristalino offer more than some of the finest tequila, they also provide an experience.Read More
It’s always a thrill to see the finest in packaging design—projects which are selected in prestigious competitions as the most innovative around. It seems that every year, the winning entries for The Dieline Awards and the iF Awards set the bar even higher for the design industry.
This year’s winners of The Marking Awards announced at the Food & Beverage Innovation Forum 2018 are no different.Read More
Want to enjoy a cocktail with the homies, but aren't quite ready to break your new health kick?
Look no further, because Diageo PLC, the world's largest producer of spirits and co-owner of Ketel One, has released their very first diet vodka, Ketel One Botanical.Read More
Four years ago, Roxley Games launched a limited edition game called Iron Clays with Old English lettering, gold and white embossed lettering and design work. Once you open the box, the game is revealed and the chips are ready to be dealt.Read More
When CBA B+G first opened their office in Sao Paulo in 2014, they quickly noticed a surprising paradox that extended across Latin America- a multitude of mainstream brands that lacked personality and soul in an otherwise optimistic, lively, and economically-emerging continent.Read More
What happens when a design firm compares the culture of Croatia with experience? Bright and oh so very colorful packages for Croatia's products tea, natural honey, puzzles, aromatic wine and much more. This design by Magdalena Krpina Zdilar features a solid color on the top, equipped with a white logo and black print and 70s realness swirls on the bottom.Read More
Designed by Danish firm Bessermachen, Daiiys' packaging showcases the simplicity with minimalistic design and cool color scheme to emulate the ingredients found within.Read More
At the beginning of this month, Anheuser-Busch InBev launched Freedom Reserve Red Lager, the second beer in the Budweiser Reserve Collection, with a recipe for “Small Beer” from George Washington's 1757 military journal.
Founded by Ilana Kruger and Kara Cohen in 2016, Dripkit is high-end coffee made easy. Together, with the help of a Kickstarter campaign and NYC design studio Prime, Dripkit does all the prep, so all you have to do is pour.Read More
Crafted from 40 botanicals, a big 4-0 grace the front of the gold embossed botanical garden surrounding the bottle, all of which complement the color of the vermouth.Read More
From farm to kettle, Teapins takes flavors from around the world and allows you to craft a custom box for a friend. Together with Ohmybrand, they produced a kit that offers a pop of color with it's vibrant colored tea bags and bold lettering.Read More
From volcanoes in Japan to palaces in Morocco, student Taylor Newman created pastel cityscapes from the around the world to match the staple ingredient in each flavor. Between the pastel colors and clean designs, Newman's concept deserve to be brought to life.Read More