London-based Jog Limited created packaging for a collection of high-quality homeware products made from recycled, reclaimed and renewable materials called Provenance. Provenance makes high-quality homeware products from recycled, reclaimed and renewable materials. As the packaging has to sell the story of the materials as much as the product, the brand language ‘this is now’ and [...]
Created by Oliver Lo a student at Art Center College of Design. Branding and package design marketing traditional men’s shaving products to a wider, contemporary male audience. Packaging features a 1950s-inspired look, partial reveals, and a memorable opening ceremony. Travel kit converts to drying rack for easy storage and comes with a drawstring pouch for compact travel on-the-go.
Created by Korefe. The first and only Cookbook you can actually read, cook and eat. Made out of 100% fresh pasta it can be opened, filled with ingredients and finally be cooked. Packaged as classic lasagna. The Cookbook was designed as a special project for a large publishing house.
San Francisco’s Ferry Building is a culinary mecca, featuring local farmers, chefs, and artisans, and served as an inspiration for Aero’s “Gourmet Destination” and private label brand Artisan Square. Artisan Square is a line of gourmet foods and ingredients that can be found in the Aero stores. The objective was to showcase the artisan, quality [...]
Moscow-based creative agency StudioIN has come up with 2 out-of-the-box packaging concepts. Going along with the modern tendency to popularize healthy lifestyles and recognizing the importance of environmental protection, StudioIN suggest that this product, serving all peoples well since times immemorial, should be super-popularly served in aluminum cans. Within the same concept, we also suggest a possible [...]
Churchkey Can Co. is a new pilsner packaged in retro flat top cans, brought to life through a partnership between “Entourage” star Adrian Grenier and friend Justin Hawkins, who came up with the idea. Partners include the Ball Corporation (which designed the can), a few homebrewers in Portland, Ore. (who designed the recipe) and Two [...]