No longer do you have to choose between high quality products or items that are good for the environment—Wise Men’s Care is both! Designed by Ethos, the packaging strips away the unnecessary (just like their products) and instead focuses on doing simple things, simply right.
“What inspires a sense of adventure within you?” “What makes an experience meaningful?” “What is your purpose?” Nope, this is not your average card game. Sub Rosa designed this beautiful one-of-a-kind card game that helps you delve deeper into your life and the life of others.
Ever dreamed of distilling your own craft spirits, complete with delicate notes of lavender or mint? Now it’s easier as ever with 1pt (“one part”). These infusion blends for alcohol and spirits from Teroforma are sure to change the way you make cocktails. Rather than mixing up a variety of spices and herbs and waiting a couple weeks to taste the result, 1pt is ready in just a few hours—and the results are reliably similar, every time.
Imagine a makeup brand that celebrates people’s own unique beauty rather than holds them to a certain standard. That’s exactly what the concept Space Age is all about. Designed by Burak Ozcan, it aims to empower women by celebrating their bold and beautiful differences.
Concord Coffee’s packaging is going to change the way you feel brewing your morning cup. Your usual routine will turn into a sophisticated, elegant ritual that encourages you to take the time for yourself and indulge in the finer things in life—like fragrant and flavorful coffee beans sourced from places like Ethiopia and Guatemala.
It’s definitely not an easy feat for well-loved brands to take the leap and do something unique and boldly different with their packaging while still appealing to their current consumers. Marvis, however, does it well with their limited edition Wonders of the World line of toothpastes that will make you want to pack your bags and head off to strange lands.
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.
How do you define American? With the recent DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) news, this is an increasingly complicated question. So to reinforce the importance of the topic at hand, we wanted to highlight a branding collaboration between immigrant advocacy organization Define American and design and branding agency The Working Assembly.
Looking for a cooling summertime pick-me-up? Lick’d Gourmet Frozen Pops are perfect, and their exquisite flavor offerings (strawberry basil, mango raspberry, peanut butter chocolate chip—yes, please!) will make you want to stock up your entire freezer with ice pops for those hot summer days. Designed by Saxton Home, Lick’d is fun and fresh, just like the popsicles themselves.
Our mouths are watering—just look at this chocolate, this packaging! Chocolate Naive is a gorgeous line of sweets from people who want to make chocolate only from the finest ingredients available. The packaging, designed the by in-house team, is intriguing and classy to appeal to those with a refined palette.
Sometimes it’s nice to just order something off the menu, but other times it’s more fun to create something of your own. Born2Be is a restaurant concept from Endika Gómez de Balugera, Estela Vela and Pablo Berges that puts a high value on personalization and sparks fun and creativity.
Basil Element is a totally refreshing line of hair care that you could find at a drugstore. Designed by Blürbstudio, it’s got an all-natural look while still being cost-effective on the production side.
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.
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.
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.
Nothing beats a hot day lakeside with a cold beer in your hand. Summit Brewing Co. debuted their new packaging by Duffy specifically for their summer variety pack, and we have never felt more ready for those long days spent lounging in the sun.
Stellar is makeup that will help you shine. It includes everything from foundation to lipstick is sure to find a place in your beauty bag and become a regular part of your beauty routine. Bruce Mau Design turned to the skies for inspiration for this gorgeous makeup line with equally striking packaging.
A cookie box, a serving tray, and an all-around conversation starter—SAIKAI is an impressive packaging concept for cookies. Designed by Emma Waleij, Hanna Simu, Alma Lindström, and Maja Ahlund at Mid Sweden University, the pack is made by hand and unfolds from a hexagon.
Put that diet off until tomorrow—seriously, Wonder Scoop will make it worth it. Brand Strategy Team of Emart Co., Ltd. designed this super cute vintage-inspired ice cream brand, complete with a delicate color palette and playful patterns. Plus, we can’t get enough of the sizing phrases on their ice cream cups!
Stas Neretin has recently updated the branding for Uryuk, a network of restaurants in Moscow serving Uzbek and European cuisine. Uryuk's primary design goal was to modernize their aesthetic by relying less on cliché national motifs, and more on the healthy, natural ingredients they use to prepare their meals.