What if Chanel launched an exclusive champagne range? This conceptual project by minimalist studio explores just that possibility with a range of gorgeously shaped and designed champagne bottles that fit right at home with the Chanel brand.
Instead of the typical online food delivery imagery you’re used to seeing, like utensils or dishware, Volta Brand Shaping Studio designed SendEAT differently. Consumers love seeing their food en route in real time, so they took this idea and made it a key part of the brand identity.
Looking for something to get your lips looking their best? Clarins just might have you covered. In order to celebrate their line of lip oils, they came out with this special edition packaging that features an interactive wheel in order to showcase their products in serious style.
Care about where your food comes from? While knowing where your foods come from is a great choice, it’s not always as convenient—which is why Gabriela Fariña developed this concept for a vending machine stocked with fair trade items. Images of fresh fruits and veggies help the consumer feel connected to each product, and the font choice feels down-to-earth and welcoming.
Nothing beats fresh herbs when cooking, but too often these plants get packaged in plastic. Edmundas Jankauskas developed a concept that would provide consumers with fresh herbs they could grow themselves, minus the wasteful packaging.
When winter rolls around, it’ll be time to break out the sweaters, scarves, and hats. When designing the Winter Edition of DUMAY Cognac, LINEA - The Spirit Valley Designers turned to attire for inspiration and created a festive package that will get you ready to celebrate.
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.
150 years is certainly something to celebrate! For this important milestone, Successori Reda turned to Studio Fantastico to create a specialty book that would highlight their achievements and history. The book looks like an instant classic, finding an easy place on the coffee table to be flipped through time and time again. Red and white splatters on the box instantly catch the eye, while the book itself takes a simple, clean approach to displaying the information.
Get your beauty sleep at Hotel Covington. Gina Tesnar at Reign Studio designed the branding and vision for this new boutique hotel that’s located in Covington, Kentucky. A combination of old and new elements, the hotel feels cozy and welcoming while totally hip and fun at the same time.
What could be better than a hot cup of cocoa on a cold night? A fragrant candle burning in the living room, and a splash of Godiva Liquor, of course. For their annual holiday gift, BASIC crafted a sophisticated gift set to share with their nearest and dearest.
Noble Development is a leading property developer in Thailand, well-known for its unique take on architecture. Ogilvy & Mather, Bangkok were briefed to create gift sets to represent Noble's uncompromising approach in consistently applying its "be different" design philosophy with over 20 projects for 25 years. Each of the 8 gift set designs they created were inspired by one of Noble's condominiums.