Maybe because it scratches that persistent OCD itch, but there’s something deeply satisfying about looking at layers of food in jars. From the very first moment images of mason jars crammed with intricate layers of grains and greens started popping up on Instagram, foodies everywhere dropped their flat-Earth images of dressed-down kale and cranberries for all things Ball.
We all know how beneficial fruit can be within our diets, and when that fruit comes in a snackable form, it makes eating healthy even easier. Redfire Design created the enticing packaging for Goodi, a brand that specializes in creating delicious healthy fruit-based snacks.
Looking for a new biscuit to go with that steaming, hot cup of tea this fall?
Look no further than Rhythm 108’s Ooh-la-la Tea Biscuits. Made from whole grain oats and coconut oil they come in four different flavors - lemon and ginger, chocolate hazelnut, almond biscotti, and coconut cookie.
Dining can be an experience in it of itself, whether it's at a swanky restaurant or takeout from your favorite place. Branding plays a big part in defining how consumers interact with their products, and thus in recent years it has been apparent that restaurants have been stepping up their game with how they present themselves. We've picked out 25 examples of awesome branding and packaging design from a variety of restaurants.
Samuel Profeta designed the funky and earthy packaging and branding for TIBO, a line of artisanal sauces and chutneys. The logo drives home the notion that the product line is made from fresh ingredients.
Francesc Moret Studio designed this dynamic packaging for Pizza Market, a popular chain of pizzerias. The design is simple yet successful as it attracts the consumer with its playful typography and unique usage of abstract shapes.