Package design

  • Mathias Dahlgren Edition
    Together with Essen International, we managed to create a modern packaging concept that enhances the feeling of the product. Great standout and a fantastic vision of modern design. These word were said by Mathias Dahlgren; one of the most famous chefs in Sweden, explaining the collaboration between himself, Grand Hôtel Stockholm and retailer Dafra, with the […]
    2016.10.21Jorge San Luis
  • Pana Chocolate
    Pana Chocolate is a Melbourne based company that creates raw, vegan cakes and chocolates by hand, using only natural and organic ingredients, and they have The Company You Keep as brand partners, who created a fun and fantastic modular packaging system for their retail outlets, and explained to us: With their products being a wide […]
    2016.10.07Jorge San Luis
  • Plume WiFi
    After the introduction of Apple’s iPhone 7, we can clearly see a pattern in the field of industrial design: innovative designs are giving way to reiterated ones that enhance and improve a user’s experience. Many may see this as a decline in creativity, but I will argue otherwise. Plume, a new Adaptive WiFi system, sets […]
    2016.09.10Nhat Vo
  • Memobottle
    Memobottle is a wonderful product with an equally wonderful initiative and reflection behind it, combining simple and sustainable design with functionality. Made of BPA-Free Plastic, Memobottle is a reusable drink bottle designed to go with you — in a bag or even in a pocket, for example — looking to reduce single use bottle consumption and […]
    2016.08.05Jorge San Luis
  • BKR Bottles
    There are surprisingly very few quality water bottles available for minimalists. I’m not particularly interested in cheap, disposable, plastic water bottles. Instead, I’m looking for better design. Design with better consideration for aesthetics, feel and functionality. BKR duo Tal Winter and Kate Cutler were no different and decided to design a coveted beauty essential that […]
  • Sakhi Copenhagen
    Sakhi Copenhagen’s organic skincare range is a beautifully housed line, in effortless minimal packaging. Inspired by the Nigella plant and its many associated, and obvious, natural benefits, the range sees remedies at their purest and cleanest points. The package and graphic design is an extension of this philosophy. The eastern tradition is wholesome, authentic and integral […]
  • Lumojo Honey
    Lumojo Honey is a gourmet honey brand from New Zealand that celebrates one of their gorgeous products through a fantastic brand and packaging design, in collaboration with Alt Group design agency. Simple and minimalist, nothing has been left to chance and each element has been thoroughly and thoughtfully considered. Firstly, the typography, the precise labelling, and the packaging details, are […]
    2016.04.15Jorge San Luis
  • P.R.I.M.V.S
    P.R.I.M.V.S is a brand that has upped the ante in a number of consumer sectors and has initially turned its attention to food — a sector that has, for too long, been looked upon as merely a necessity of life and requires limited in-depth packaging design. P.R.I.M.V.S intended not only to be at the cutting […]
    2016.03.18Jorge San Luis
  • Musq
    Musq, an Australian cosmetics brand based in Melbourne, launched in 2007 and prides itself on a long standing commitment to provide only natural and ethical cosmetic and skincare products. The brand produces luxurious, clean, natural and ethical cosmetics that embody conscience. Reinventing ‘Luxe’ where you live in a luxurious world with sustainable style. Director at […]
    2016.03.04Jorge San Luis
  • Nuori
    Walking in the endless aisles of skincare products hails a small yellow flare in the middle of it all, like a flag waving for attention in the ocean. The devious distraction is as tasteful as can be, as Danish-brand Nuori makes it statement in retail; freshness is the main draw both visually and for its […]
    2016.02.23Mateus Andrade
  • Mandarin natural Chocolate
    The branding for Mandarin natural Chocolate focuses primarily on one key information about chocolate — the cacao intensity, showcased by a gradient 10-dot bar that immediately yet subtly notes whether the chocolate is 60, 80 or 100% cacao. Equally brief, the reverse of the packet stylishly informs the consumer of other key production facts. Conceived […]
  • Lac Blanc Zurich
    Lac Blanc Zurich is a luxury line of detergent and fabric shampoo with a fantastic packaging design developed by mousegraphics, winner of the Studio of the Year in the The Dieline Awards 2015. Plastic white bottles, black typography and black minimalist graphics that explain the use of each product in a simplified but clear and effective […]
    2015.12.04Jorge San Luis
  • The Soap Co.
    The Soap Co. have produced these well-packaged soaps with a rigorous and beautifully minimalist design in black and white with an interesting twist. Based in the UK, The Soap Co. is a social enterprise that employs people who are blind or otherwise disabled or disadvantaged. All profits go back into the business so they can create […]
  • THE Soap
    A bar of soap is expectedly a straightforward product, as well as the packaging for such an everyday item. Normally stacked beside a vast wall of options in retail, colour is the preferred device to differentiate itself from saturated designs. Sometimes aiming for the complete opposite is the perfect antidote. Designed by Manabu Mizuno for […]
    2015.11.03Mateus Andrade
  • The Pressery
    In the last few years alternative ingredients brought forward a new wave of products to counter balance the dominance of dairy products on the market. That’s where almond milk steps in as one of the most interesting choices to join in on the soy, rice and coconut food revolution. UK-based The Pressery stands bravely on […]
    2015.03.31Mateus Andrade
  • Extenso Wine Bottle
    As it is expected, the label printed on a wine bottle represents the persona of the winery, so it’s no surprise to find brand identities based on traditional and rustic ornamentations. Taking the concept in the opposite direction for Carchelo Wines, designer Eduardo del Fraile created a double-feature concept showcasing the bottle in a modern […]
    2015.02.22Mateus Andrade
  • Byredo
    Founded in 2008 by Ben Gorham, Byredo is a Stockholm based fragrance house, that features a wide range of products for men and women, including perfume, body care, home fragrances and accessories. With a distinct focus on craftsmanship and quality, it is particularly Byredo’s beautiful and understated packaging design that leaves a lasting impression on […]
  • Type II Perfume
    Marijana Gligic’s Type II Perfume is a prototype for the luxurious perfume bottle and package design. Its dedication to adhering strictly to minimalist lines and typography is to be commended. Gligic has made a concerted effort to express the luxury brand through its emphasis on form and one that would resemble forms found in nature, […]
  • Xoclad
    Mexican branding firm Anagrama have designed the visual identity for the high-end pastry and confectionery shop Xoclad, located in the Mayan Riviera. In a place bustling with tourist activity, Xoclad needed to communicate the area’s strong Mayan culture in a classy way that could never be called cliché or tacky. The designs are based on a […]
  • Hai Lien
    Hai Lien is a make up artist currently based in China, where she runs a make up academy. Her work covers skin care and colour make up and 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 […]
  • Kunst K
    Created in New York City and inspired by Scandinavian esthetics, Kunst K is a contemporary apothecary concept that connects individualism, beauty and a unique creative vision. Scientifically developed over several years of extensive research to best suit individual skin regimes and to highlight the importance of vitamins, as a result each person has the freedom to custom […]
  • Strike
    Strike is an eye-catching collection of redesigned matchboxes in seven different dimensions and colours. Clara von Zweigbergk and Shane Schneck joined forces for Danish design house HAY to rethink the ordinary matchbox. They combined the original functionality of a matchbox with a colourful cardboard box. The striking area once was just functional now it is […]
  • 151E tea shop
    151E is a shop based in Fukuoka dedicated to Japan’s finest teas. The name is written in alpha-numeric characters, but is pronounced ichi-go ichi-e (一期一会), which is actually a Japanese phrase nearly impossible to translate for its multiple roots and interpretations. However, the term can be used to encourage one to cherish a once in a lifetime moment, or […]
  • Picto
    Picto wall clock is a minimalist timepiece created by Steen Georg Christensen and Erling Andersen for Rosendahl. Inspired by the Picto watch, this piece features the same rotating dial principle as its predecessor. Hours are marked with a simple dot and minutes by a conventional moving hand. I love bold color combinations – light-grey and pink, dark-grey […]