Pinky Up Tea
Designer: Angella Watterson Brand strategist Tatyana Dolgaya Product manager Clare King Photographer Angela Robinson Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: True Brands Location: Seattle, USA Packaging Contents: Loose leaf tea & flowering tea Packaging Materials: Tea tins wrapped in paper labels with rose gold accents Pinky Up tea is about guilt-free indulgence – a way to enjoy great flavor with no calories and look great while doing it with our full line of on-trend accessories. Our…
The Revolutionized Laxmi (Student Project)
Designer: Ellie (Hyejin) Cho Project Type: Student Project School: ArtCenter College of Design Course: Packaging Design Two Tutor: Ania Borysiewicz Location: Pasadena, United States Packaging Contents: Indian Food Laxmi is the Indian food product brand which is best known for using 100% organic ingredients for their full array of products. The five chosen items to be redesigned are spices, Basmati rice, chick peas, canola oil, and cashews. The structured surfaces in the front and back of the…
Student Spotlight: Zach Zollars
Zach is a recent graduate of Bowling Green State University. He recently completed this packaging redesign concept for Dean and Deluca "The Italian Collection" spice set:"These are small plastic containers, that I screen-printed with white ink. The liner paper is screen printed with white ink on white butcher paper."Two more after the jump.
New Packaging for The Beginnings by Asketic - BP&O
Logo, brand identity and illustrative packaging by Asketic for raw food and ingredients business The Beginnings. Opinion by Richard Baird
Design of organic berries packaging minimizing the environmental impact of typical plastic baskets.Silvia Albertí, María Duriana Rodríguez y Diego Frayle.Photography by: Carlos Arturo Rodríguez© Master in Packaging Design ELISAVA. Barcelona, 2014.