Interact Boulder partnered with One Culture Foods to craft their positioning, branding and packaging redesign for their rich line of sauces and noodles cups. The resulting design is a striking one that incorporates a bold color scheme along with dynamic linework illustrations.
Greece-based BOB STUDIO designed the packaging for Spitiko, a company that specializes in traditional favorites from Greece. The design is modern but with a twist, as the paper-cutout inspired illustrations on the packaging pay tribute to the traditional Greek roots of creating quality artisanal products.
Talk about a cheeky name! La Patería didn’t dance around the sexual innuendo when designing these jars of olives. To balance out the boldness of brand name, the agency went with a more subtle label design and visual language for the product.
You normally don’t associate big time retailers with small-scale producers and suppliers, but that’s what makes Liberty London’s first food range such a standout. Their goal was to find small and unique food producers who feel passionate about their products and use only the finest ingredients. Branded by & SMITH, the packaging truly makes an impact on the over 50 products, with work from 14 illustrators.
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.
Specialty Mediterranean food brand, Peloponnese® is set to relaunch its entire portfolio of products with refreshed packaging graphics and a new visual identity aimed to establish the brand as leader in its category and appeal to a new generation of consumers looking for culinary adventure.
Basic Naturals is perfect for those who want bath and beauty products without harsh chemicals. Sophia Georgopoulou | Design developed the concept and packaging to emphasize its completely natural and handmade qualities.
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.
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.
There are some typical design elements that usually go into packaging up honey, but this is one we definitely haven’t seen before. The concept, designed by CreativeByDefinition, is in the shape of a beehive and encourages consumers to have a better understanding of nature and the ecosystem.