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.
Stepping away from the usual design elements we see associated with coffee packaging, Thalia Roseanna developed this downright gorgeous concept for Flourish Organic Coffee. The white background, dainty illustrations, and pops of color stand out from the crowd and speak to a different part of the coffee drinking experience.
Fine wine is an experience for all the senses, so Ali Sahba designed this bottle concept that would play off of that idea. The bottles feature hues so intense that they bring tasting notes to mind—a delicate, flowery pink, a citrusy yellow, and a bold red.
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.
Succulents have definitely become a huge trend within the last few years, making it only fitting for us to feature this conceptual project from Annie Boush. Succulence is an adorable succulent planting kit that would definitely benefit those of us who lack a green thumb.
Just looking at this bottles will send an energy pulsing through your veins. With music and rhythm as their inspiration, Juan Sebastian Afanador and Juan David Pardo designed this fresh and funky concept for a local beverage, Rythms.
We’re intrigued by this tea packaging and branding design. FinaLi Shuk Yan designed the packaging for Brown Sugar Tea by keeping a variety of principles in mind, making this a truly thought-out conceptual project.