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PHYTO NECTARS by MID-AIR STUDIO
The imagery at the heart of the design is a series of plant stem cross-section micrographs. This concept of magnification + attention to detail is intended to convey the beautiful complexity of the blends, the mindful ritual of the experience + the vibrant potency of plants.
PEAR by XPOM
This work was motivated by the desire to make a packaging design that would emphasize the content. This way the main design element is inside, everything else emphasizes and helps the essence.
ELSEWHEN by SINGLEDOUBLE
With a brief codenamed “Cocktails To Mars”; themes of time travel; wormholes, mythical space “alconauts”, and apples first cultivated in 1830… Elsewhen Apple Jack brandy was always destined to have an eclectic brand identity. Our design thinking had to incorporate these fresh and playful ideas, yet retain a premium feel in keeping with the limited edition product.
COSTARELLE by DISPENSER STUDIO
The packaging is based on a glass painted with a shade that evokes the colors of the Sienese lands and leaves the logo as the protagonist where two recognizable twin cypresses of the Val d’Orcia stand out. That pair of cypresses are the protagonists of this new challenge, so good luck Silvia and Nanni for this new adventure!
TEN FOUR RUM by SINGLEDOUBLE
Going back to basics, the lush native bush inspired illustration is hand drawn on scrapper board, printed on uncoated stock with copper foil. This use of fine line details and hits of colour helps Ten Four inject a fresh and unexpected look into the rum category, and clearly distinguishes it from any other New Zealand spirit. The turquoise colour scheme references classic Kiwi baches; reminiscent of life’s simple pleasures and the nostalgic places we love to escape to, while the copper foil foliage brings a dense richness and smooth finish much like the product itself.
“DUNST” HOMEMADE PRODUCE by KITCHEN&GOODWOLF
In 2021 we branded new craft products under the name “Dunst”. The brand’s name comes from a German word still in use in Vojvodina (Serbia) and means cooked fruits and vegetables preserved in a glass container for winter storage. In addition to homemade ajvar, “Dunst” also produces tomato juice, jams and various 100% natural fruit juices.
BONE IDYLL by D.STUDIO
In essence, they’re modern spirits distilled the traditional way. With this insight, we created packaging that was a mash up of old and new featuring traditional portrait paintings that were pimped to create a set of modern characters, each reflecting the spirit of the product. For example, the London ‘Bone’ Dry Gin (see what we did there!) featured a cheeky artful dodger character, complete with 5 o’clock shadow, gold tooth, ear piercing and shaved eye brow.
GROUNDUP — WASTE NOT, WANT MORE by DAUGHTERCREATIVE
We developed GroundUp’s brand identity to feel elevated and distinct from the kraft-paper design of the organics & upcycling industry. Informational and educational elements are baked into the brand DNA, using a simplified & striking visual language to walk consumers through the complex process of turning coffee grounds and spent brewers grains into super flours.
ATLANTIDE WINE by ENPEDRA ESTUDIO
The result is a unique bottle, an icon, a wine impossible to forget. From the simplicity of its lines, it is capable of creating a complete experience, a wine to remember. In the technical section we have created an industrial design for this bottle that can be manufactured, respecting market standards in terms of volume and dimensions, allowing its transport and storage, as a closure we have designed a made-to-measure Vinolok closure.
LATARCE VERDEJO by JAVIERGARDUNO
Packaging design for the new Verdejo wine from Bodega Latarce. For the design, we rely on cross-stitch graphics to give it a traditional and handmade touch, and a floral motif to highlight the flavor of this fresh, elegant, and premium wine. For the label printing, we use stampings of different colors on a black background, which is perfectly suited to highlight the gourmet aspect of this wine.