Designed by Alex Westgate | Country: Canada
A self-directed & conceptual redesign of the Grown Up Soda brand completed for a 4th year package design class. The goal was to reposition the brand as both more fun & sophisticated, making it stand out from other gourmet soda & sparkling juice brands on the market.
Designed by Gergő Gilicze | Country: Hungary
There are three shower gels (with almond, green tea and coconut) in the family,
one cream for the ladies lips and one for the gentleman’s mustache.
Designed by Déno Lelić | Country: Slovenia
Corporate Identity for Elaion, extra virgin olive oil.
Designed by Elena Sancho | Country: Spain
The design of this collection of wines is based on a real family. Each bottle has the personality and colors typical of each person.
Designed by Marius Wathne | Country: Australia / Norway
With inspiration from the 19th century bohemes of France, this absinthe was created to reflect the mystique and the culture that the drink was surrounded by. It was believed to stimulate creativity, raise the drinkers consciousness, insights, and emotional experience. Aiming for the high-end market this packaging is minimalistic with only two colours in addition to the dark green bottle; black and silver.
Designed by Katelyn Peissig | Country: USA
Package design and branding for Heritage Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey.
Designed by Emily Brownson | Country: USA
Healthy consumption should be effortless as well as enjoyable. In order to provide the consumer with visual knowledge of serving sizes, FRUGO’s bottle is designed so that the top spherical portion fills to one serving size when the bottom portion is squeezed.
Designed by Espen Hansen | Country: Norway
Packaging design for school assignment 3th year comm design RMIT
Inspired by the history of Aasmund Olafson Vinje, a Norwegian author and journalist.
Designed by Emily Hale | Country: USA
A wine that pays tribute to the memory of Harvey Milk.
This deep, rich, Cabernet Sauvignon has a strong backbone of tartness, as strong as the determined Harvey Milk, whom fought for equal rights in San Francisco as well as gay rights nationwide. In particular, the half full bottle of milk, represents Harvey’s positive attitude and take on life, despite his many obstacles.
The use of a half full milk jug represents the politician Harvey Milk’s positive attitude.
Designed by Samantha Mancl | Country: USA
This black on black packaging design reflects the upscale consumer wanting to sit back and have a classy beverage at a business meeting or for drinks after work. The brand was strongly influenced by Don Draper and the cast of Mad Men on AMC and their culture of drinks during and around their work lives.