Michael Dockery designed the “Triumph Award,” which is an award given out internally for the Associated Electric Cooperative, a company that aims to provide reliable electricity to its members. The award is a wonderfully illustrated piece that celebrates accomplishment and perserverance in a visually-striking manner.
Analogue Creative Ltd designed this whimsical and expressive packaging for Folklore Society Gin. The project serves as a promotional piece for UK-based printer Allied Glass, as it incorporates a unique bottle shape and the use of thermoplastic inks in order to achieve an eye-catching result.
Saworl teamed up with Korean company Emart in order to create this super cute packaging for a range of products for SM, one of Korea’s most well-known entertainment companies. The products include a variety of bright, fun and sometimes funky illustrations that are sure to capture attention.
Florida-based design agency Push. created this promotional client gift that also serves as a hurricane survival kit. The wanted to address the devastation of last year’s hurricane season in a way that would bring some happiness to their clients.
We love the intricate design of this client gift. Texas-based agency MonkeyTag created a variety of monkey vinyl toys as gifts to thank their clients for their patronage. In addition to creating adorable monkey figures, the packaging that houses the toys is a spectacular work of art, making for a meaningful gift overall.
Toronto-based Northink Design Co. created this mesmerizing gift so that their clients can stay toasty all winter long. The bottle comes with gorgeous detailing making it a gift to be savored to the last drop and beyond.
Lithuanian agency étiquette created a range of chocolate bars in order to give a sweet gift out this holiday season. The bars each feature an eye-catching blue and white color scheme along with a variety of designs that represent the different styles of the designers at étiquette.
When endless strings of fairy lights have been detangled and the present panic has subsided, being able to spend the holiday season with those who matter most makes the stress all the worthwhile. So this Christmas (with the spirit of togetherness in mind) Robot Food wanted to give their friends and clients a festive gift to share and celebrate with. And what better way to celebrate than with a bottle of fizz?
Festival Toma Vino Mexicano is a special festival that takes place in order to celebrate Mexican wine. Thus it’s only fitting that Mexican agency Parámetro Studio design the identity and branding for the event.
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.
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.