For extraordinary teatimes: Design Bridge has designed the vibrant packaging for Fortnum & Mason’s core range of biscuits. The designs draw inspiration from decorative ceramics and fine china, the very objects most often found being utilized for tea time.
This is some of the most elegant and beautiful packaging for canned goods that we've ever seen! Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR) have designed the packaging for these 50th anniversary tins of Heinz baked beans.
You go to the coffee shop for the ambiance and environment, so the products your barista uses shouldn’t be overlooked. Marchoc is a delightfully retro and playful line of drinking chocolates that are easy for coffee shop employees to tell apart. Each flavor has its own unique label designed by Greek agency Luminous Design Group.
Foil Stamping is a tried and true printing technique that helps elevate any packaging design. The printing process includes heat, pressure, metal dies and foil film. Metallic foil which can come in gold, silver, copper and holographic varieties is probably the most common. From chocolate to coffee to cannabis packaging, check out our 40 stunning examples of foil stamping.
Plein Air a Haarlem uses the beautiful forms of bodies to show you how much sun protection you’re getting in each tube. The concept is Intended for painters who like to work outside in the open air, so designer Stas Neretin created the packaging to look like a tube of paint. A crisp, white background keeps the look clean and allows the SPF power to easily stand out to consumers.
Bringing authenticity was the main objective for Mon Choco, an Ivory Coast chocolate brand. Designed by Mexican agency Futura, their main objective on the creative brief was to highlight Mon Choco's ingredients and how everything is processed and produced locally. The illustrations created in the packaging showcase this story through the chocolate bars, sorbet, ice cream, powder, and nuts.
Get back in touch with nature with Culteavo tea. Designed by Robinsson Cravents, each tea is inspired by a living organism that is illustrated on tin cans. Pointillism is applied to the design with a colored dot to indicate the type of tea. A white label at the base of the packaging gives the consumer a better understanding of the beverage and how to brew it for optimal taste.
Transport yourself into a world of peace and serenity with Fongcha Teas. Designed by Nio Ni, tin canisters and paper tea boxes are adorned with abstract illustrations that seem to evoke a sense of childhood.
Mello Yello will still taste the same, but you’ll be a seeing a different can on the shelves now. Using the marketing campaign “This is MY world,” the new look is extremely bold and edgy. A vertical “MY” stands out against the bright yellow can, refreshing in its simplicity alone as well as comparing the shift from their old packaging.
Studio Navarra is bringing joy to our tables. Olive Joy produces top-quality single origin olive oils at a fair price and- to launch the brand- the German studio has created a corporate identity which delivers a clear distinction between Olive Joy and its competitors. This colorful and interesting brand identity delivers the brand essence in a original and fresh way which perfectly communicates the unique characteristics of the oil - high quality and rich flavours.
Tea time, perfected. Blanca Tea commissioned Dmowski & Co. to create an entirely new identity for the brand, including a logotype, monogram, packaging stickers, and stationery. The unique flavors look delicate and delightful, making Blanca Tea a simple way to treat yourself to tea.
Fortum & Mason is a London based, upscale department store with over 300 years of experience creating Christmas magic within their stores. Festive interiors with beautifully curated products from the annual Fortum & Mason Christmas Range.
Bisto is the Nation’s Favourite gravy and one of the most recognisable brands on shelf and as such, deserved a fitting tribute for this year’s annual collector’s edition tin. To help celebrate the Bisto brand and put a contemporary spin on a retro offering, Robot Food were called in to put their creative heads together and deliver something with huge standout.
Made for Armadillo barber shop Mex, this pomade truly stands out on the shelves. Designed by Abraham García, the creamy hair product is stored in an airtight glass container labeled with typographic madness. With an overall design that is masculine and urban, this pomade takes the cake.
All you Johnnie Walker fans, get a load of this. Johnnie Walker wax for your moustache. Now you are ready to go out on the town with your spiffy-do. Designed by The Boldest Wax, the aromatic grooming product is pressed into a small tin container labeled with the scotch whiskey's logo. Now you can apply the classic essence of pepper, citrus or ginger to your stache and feel like a real man as you strut the streets in all your glory.
At the beginning of Summer 2014, Aeronaut Brewing Co. staked claim in the town of Somerville, Massachusetts as the FIRST craft brewery to be established in that area in over a century. On trend, they decided to locate the brewery inside the loading bay of a historic envelope factory and began working on their first canned beer to be ready for release on the brewery's one-year anniversary.
It’s officially summer and once again Budweiser furthers our pursuit of happiness. The unique partnership between Budweiser and the National Parks Foundation has inspired a colossal design solution; the most iconic American beer and the most iconic symbol of freedom.
The fresh look of summer. With their striking red and white stripes, the cans and tins of Liefmans Fruitesse on the rocks immediately attract attention and are in our must-have list for a summer party.