“We believe not only that design is not art, but also it has nothing to do with it at all,” stated Touraj Saberivand, Logo Designer at DESIGN VAND. The Iranian agency instead focuses on solving problems and making designs that have an impressive aesthetic quality but, more importantly, communicate on their own. We spoke with Touraj at DESIGN VAND to learn more about design in Iran, how Iranian culture seeps into DESIGN VAND’s work, where they turn for inspiration, and much more.
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.
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.
In a market where feminine hygiene products try to blend in as much as possible, XO Flo stands out. Murmur Creative created the beautiful packaging for this new menstrual cup line.
The Birthdays Design created the packaging for the Dione Wine Collection from Dourakis Winery. The design features a contemporary approach to wine labels by including a juxtaposition of bright geometric shapes against a sophisticated matte black texture.
Many things go into the running of a successful business, and the most important is an in-depth understanding of the purpose their packaging serves. Standard packaging is designed to protect its contents, provide information, and convey an idea of price range. But with luxury packaging, it’s a different story.
We’ve got mega heart eyes for Corelia, a 100% natural sparkling soft drink made with Colombian tropical fruits. The colorful labels create a vibrant sense of place that takes the consumer right to the tropics. We talked with Siebenthaler & Co to learn more about their design process, creating an imaginary world and bringing it life, making multiple elements work harmoniously together, and more.
Studio Koniak designed this bold and striking packaging for Il Makiage Cosmetics. The packaging draws the consumer in but doesn’t take away from the high-end quality of the products themselves, instead allowing the colors of the individual products to pop out.
So simple, yet so striking. Mondalón Selección are wines made with different grapes each year, and Enrique Presa designed the labels to communicate this ever-changing character of the wine. The minimalist approach gives it a truly high-quality look that strongly resonates with modern wine drinkers.
Put that diet off until tomorrow—seriously, Wonder Scoop will make it worth it. Brand Strategy Team of Emart Co., Ltd. designed this super cute vintage-inspired ice cream brand, complete with a delicate color palette and playful patterns. Plus, we can’t get enough of the sizing phrases on their ice cream cups!
The founders of Monument City Brewing Company have some serious Baltimore pride, so why not incorporate that into their packaging? The brewery turned to Orange Element for a fresh design that would highlight the city itself while giving it a contemporary spin.