Graphical House and Paper Tube Co. teamed up to create this refreshing design for Saalt, a menstrual cup aimed to create a high-quality product for women. The design is feminine but not in an over-the-top way, instead opting for a more neutral color scheme and delicate yet modern typography.
BTL Brands created this minimal yet elegant packaging for Chapter 2, a protein supplement brand that wants to even the playing field when it comes to reaching fitness goals. The look is sophisticated and completely unique from other protein-based products found within the market, making for an approachable product overall.
Coffee might be the liquid that fuels you, but that doesn’t mean you can’t also enjoy each little moment. Lucas Gregorio and Jáder Souza designed the concept for Lumière to be a true coffee experience, from start to finish.
Lavernia&Cienfuegos designed this clean and elegant packaging for Oily Skin, a skincare range created with a younger demographic in mind. Classic typography makes for a simple yet sophisticated packaging design solution.
Supperstudio has created this cheeky packaging for Chocolocuras, a chocolate brand. The design features a bold eye-catching color palette and fun mix and match illustrations of a variety of characters that add a whimsical sense to the overall product.
BGN has created the packaging for Natural Therapy London, a natural skincare range that specializes in providing products backed by science. What makes this skincare range stand out packaging wise is the way texture has been incorporated in the overall design, adding dimension and reinforcing the organic quality of the product itself.
The Seventh Duchess is an organic tea brand with a luxurious visual identity to match its name. The Duchess came to Boxer and Co. for a slight makeover of two lines in their collection; their classic and apothecary teas. Boxer and Co. did away with the previous tin packaging system and replaced it with an elegant new tube structure.
Kelsey Fairhurst has recently launched a line of ultra-hip headpieces that come in equally striking packaging. Each headpiece is rolled up into a see-through tube, making the opening ceremony a fun and memorable experience.
Snack time is now more shareable and more fun with Twistd. Hornall Anderson designed these tubes of potato chips to not only make it easier to mix and match flavors (and have a good laugh while you’re at it), but the smaller size of the container aids in portion control and promotes healthy, balanced snacking.
Although summer seems a bit far away on this side of the globe, the packaging of the Solar D range immediately takes us to the beach. Solar D sunscreen technology is designed to let in more of the UVB rays that our body uses to naturally produce vitamin D whilst also screening out the harmful UV rays.
The weather is getting colder and its that time of the year where everyone is prepping for the Holidays, including Benefit Cosmetics with their new product release that would surely get any makeup guru get out of their seat.
A new project from Make & Matter and Trina Bentley. Essential Living Foods is a nutritious, organic, superfoods that practices a positive impact on the environment. The design focused on the sustainability of the product while adhering to the many requirements needed on the package.
Online food retailer Yousli enlisted brand agency HubGroup to design packaging with a spark of personality for their line of breakfast cereal products.
The agency's biggest design challenge was to create a package that could withstand the wear and tear of local and interstate postal delivery and be as sustainable as possible, while keeping the contents fresh.
James by the sea designed Candy Kitchen Home Baking for County Confectionery. The design objective was to encourage baking as an enjoyable family activity so the design had to appeal to both parent and child. The design showcases a fun polka dot pattern along with iconography classically associated with home baking.
Global brand design consultancy Elmwood worked with new footwear company POPVillage to create the brand identity and packaging for their collection of plimsolls, a line of British athletic shoes debuting at summer music festivals this summer.
Brand design agency ButterflyCannon have refreshed the design and messaging for Ecollagen, one of Oriflame's key strategic skincare brands.
ButterflyCannon were charged with visually translating the key brand message, creating an advanced skincare aesthetic with an easy to navigate packaging range architecture. Ecollagen's point of difference is its use of leading edge plant cell technology to boost skin’s collagen production, the new brand identity and packaging design therefore needed to enhance this natural science positioning.
Through ButterflyCannon's clever specification of highly innovative Merck inks and the elegant structural redesign for the serums and cleanser bottles, the range has been able to increase its appeal to consumers.
Beardwood & Co. has worked on the Bath & Body Works Holiday Traditions line for the past five years. Their designs take a modern approach to Christmas nostalgia and storytelling with collectable characters that keep this line of best-selling products fresh and memorable.
The 2013 Holiday Traditions line captures fun & fashionable characters in a variety of holiday scenes. Through custom illustration, each of the 60 SKUs captures a different holiday moment that drives desire and collectibility. With bold colors and metallic finishes, this line shines bright on shelf, adding to the overall Bath & Body Works holiday in-store experience.
Native Maui's Exotic Spirit Comes To Life In preparing for a big splash on national and international shores, Hawaiian sunscreen maker Native Maui enlisted McLean Design to re-envision and redesign their six-year-old brand identity and packaging system. While sales on the islands had been good, and their reputation too, it was time to capitalize on their virtues and create an unmistakably high-end, authentic brand and packaging system to make waves with health-conscious consumers across America and around the globe.
"It was a project which required the consolidation of a bespoke design with standard bottles. A complex task resembling a jigsaw puzzle. Pieces from different suppliers have been selected, and materials, finishes and processes have been chosen, and applied, in such a way that the end result, composed of pieces from multiple suppliers with different resources, is feasible whilst keeping everything coherent and transmitting a consistent ETNIA personality."