Eme Design Studio created this mystical packaging Curadero, a Mexican restaurant located in a San Diego hotel in California. The design features whimsical illustrations that add a nice branded touch to the restaurant and fits into the overall Mexican theme.
Flour is one of those products in your kitchen you might not put a lot of thought into buying, but Mills of Saint George takes it to a whole different level. Designed by mousegraphics, the new packaging features dough that’s been baked with the flour, inspiring creativity in cooks of all skill levels and getting them excited to get into the kitchen.
The core mission of Brandless is to offer unrivaled quality products without BrandTax™ – the hidden costs that come with buying a national brand. Brandless is reframing the outdated CPG market and starting a movement that ushers in a new wave of consumer-activist culture and transparency: better-for-you products at the fairest price from a group of people that do good by doing well.
The Brandit created the beautiful intricate packaging for this new line of hot pepper jellies. The result is an eye-catching packaging design solution that will have you wanting to add some spice to your life.
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.
Pralines might not be the first type of sweets you think of when it comes to mouthwatering chocolates and dessert—that is, until now. BLOK has designed the packaging for LuvIt, a line of pralines geared towards a younger demographic.
Transport yourself to the Colombian Andes with DE CAÑA PANELA, an organic sugar with a delightfully rich flavor. Designed by Gabriela Dule, delicate illustrations bring the consumer closer to nature, and the cork lid makes it feel like each container is packaged with care.
Arla Foods has teamed up with the London office of strategic brand and packaging design agency Bulletproof to create a contemporary new brand visual identity and packaging design for global cheese brand Apetina.
When we think of indulging, we normally picture candies, desserts, or other treats. But fruits have their own naturally-occurring sugars that are just as sweet. Scholz & Friends developed packaging to encourage kids and adults to eat healthier and indulge in the natural sweets that Mother Earth provides.
Italy is known for a lot of things—pasta, wine, and of course, olive oil. Alivu is a limited edition oil made in a sustainable way in the western part of Sicily. Designed by solid studio, it’s a downright gorgeous line of olive oil that really gives consumers a sense of just how special it is.
As trend leaders and enthusiasts, designers have a natural inclination to move with the times, and their ‘of-the-moment’ design aesthetic wants to reflect that. To them, the inverse can feel like “bad design.” This approach in packaged goods is often visually aspirational, and can be an effective way for a brand to spark new consumer love.