As French, I couldn’t resist to showcased this range of packaging by Monsieur Moustache, a german brand designed by Studio Chapeaux. French flag colors, moustache, cliché sentences and rough translation. This branding has reached his goal, make us smile. Source
Yesterday the british studio, Socio Design has published on Behance a recent project they made for a men’s cosmetics brand with product made from natural, sustainable ingredients. We created a new brand name, identity and packaging system that focused on the utility of Büro, removing the prettification and emotion that is more typically found in […]
Minimalist presented his last work. They designed the packaging of a famous Korean make up artist now based in China Hai Lien. In order to initiate the wide market in the region into the true beauty of make up in a more effective manner as well as hand down her secret method, […]
The design studio based in Melbourne A Friend Of Mine developed this fresh identity for a small chain of high end London based florists, called The Modern Flower company. The identity employs a modernist aesthetic with a strong grid and clean typographic approach but adds an organic element with the typographic marque acting […]
Vignelli’s is a student project by Joe Leadbeater (BA (Hons) Graphic Design student, studying at Leeds College of Art). He re-created a typical Italian restaurant with a logo that looks like an old mechanic’s logo. A good work for the packaging, but there is some effort to do on the web and […]
Here is a new branding by Dia (see also Bunch identity) for Porter &, a series of high end wines from both France and the US currently being launched by California based online retailer Club W. We were inspired by old port bottles and packing labels. This helped us create […]
After he tried to re-design a beer packaging, Wonchan Lee and his new studio Minimalist worked on a wine packaging. Usually, box wine is synonym of cheap and bad, but the shape and the touch of this aerodynamic packaging sounds reconsider the perception of this range of wine. Unlike its popularity, […]
You certainly know the Old Spice commercials, but have you seen this classy and minimalist packaging for the classic range. It’s definitely less WTF than the ads, but when you’re supposed to see you’re soap packaging every morning, it’s preferable to not having a disturbing design.
A medical packaging for a brand new perfume by Sam Lane and Chris Shuttleworth. Phéro+ is a Brand New Perfume Experience in the form a range of 4 Perfume Scents and Swallowable Perfume Tablets. The range is part of the 2013 D&AD competition for French niche perfume house, L’Artisan Parfumeur.
Amelia Stier is an American graphic designer, after her graduation at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, she moved at Sid Lee Montreal, now she is freelance for American and Canadian clients. She designed with other students this disruptive concept of sunscreeen packaging for the swiss brand Piz […]
Here is a really nice (and usefull) kit to survive after a heartbreak. A good idea designed by Melanie Chernock from NYC. Love Hurts was created based on an assignment to make an activity book. I thought it would be more interesting to make a sort of activity kit instead. From […]
A cosmetic brand dedicated to sports for men and created by 4 friends who run marathons together. They couldn’t find a range of cosmetic products that met their needs as sportsmen. The agency Mucho designed the packaging. We then generated a visual system that differentiates each product by using the lines that appear […]