Whether you’ve got curly long hair or short fine hair, FORM is a line of products you’re going to love. Designed by Jones Knowles Ritchie, these sleek bottles emanate beauty and offer formulas for every hair type.
After a 5-year process, the new Fanta bottle is finally here—and it’s totally twisted, literally. The inspiration for the design was born out of play, giving the bottle a fun, lively look. You’ll currently find the bottle in Great Britain, Italy, Poland, Malta, Serbia, Finland, and Romania, although it will expand production in the next few months.
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.
Check the shelves and you’ll see a new tasty product from Mission Foods: organic tortillas made with simple ingredients. Perspective Branding designed the packaging, giving the well-known brand a boutique, more personable feel.
So trippy. Designed by SARAH, Foam Factory possesses some delightful retro inspiration and good vibes. We love that the you get a 70s feel from it, but the design is still subtle and relevant to today’s consumer.
michela sansone designed the branding and packaging for Allyson Soap. The design features soft pastel colors, brushstroke textures and script, overall providing for a light, feminine design that stands out.
MORE Studio in Tbilisi, Georgia has created a playful identity system that truly reflects their client's motto: LIDERFOOD™ - for Happy Moments. They replaced the company's generic "food industry" logo with a minimalist, one color mark that evokes both a smile and a sausage link, and can be applied to everything from meat packaging, to t-shirts, to stationary and business cards.