FAB Awards 2014

“The 16th FAB Awards are now open for entries with a Final Deadline on  28th February, 2014. The FAB Awards is an International Awards programme focussed entirely on work done for Food And Beverage brands. It recognises the critical contribution that outstanding creative work makes to building food and drink brands, it identifies and rewards the leading practitioners, and…

By Kristina de Verdier On 12 December, 2013 In , ,

Sustainable Packaging – Open Innovation

The Packaging Arena and WDO Innovation recently launched a Sustainable Packaging competition ( in Swedish). The competition is already open, and ideas will be screened throughout June. The winning concept will go through a refinement process, and finally be presented to the jury. The companies in the jury are Smurfit Kappa Sverige, BillerudKorsnäs, Stora Enso, DS Smith Packaging Sweden och Nordic Paper. All members of…

Korsnäs Design Contest

PIDA, a prestigious packaging design competition that Korsnäs runs in partnerships with universities in France, Germany and Sweden. The winner of PIDA Sweden 2011 is: BAS/the daily bread – flour, seeds, baking seasoning and recipes. Simple, gently loaf-shaped packaging containing the right amount of the various ingredients of the attached baking recipe. Colour coding on…

Packaging Design Competition

Mondi Tire Kutsan invites undergraduate creative students to Kutu Kutu Project Design Competition with a concept of ‘Shelf Ready Packaging’. The aim is to combine design & innovation with corrugated packaging, identifying new, aesthetic, functional and environmentally friendly ideas to our daily lives. Undergraduate students at the Universities of Fine Arts, Architecture and Design in…

Coffee Cup Contest

58 billion paper coffee cups are thrown away, unrecycled, each year. The BetaCup Challenge – is asking designers to invent a mean to dramatically reduce the wastage resulting from unrecyclable paper coffee cups. Here are two of the ideas; Coffee to grow and 100% recyclable Une Coffee Cup. See more of the most promising ideas here

Food Design Competition

ONE Off, supported by the Torino Chamber of commerce and in collaboration with the International Food Design Society and the London Metropolitan University publishes its sixth edition of the Food design® competition. Click here

Green Competition

The theme of design for iida 2009 is Green Design and Daily Life. They invite green design imagination that embodies harmonious co-existence of humans and nature. “A green design should imply aesthetic, ethical, social and economic effects” So submit your green and great ideas before August 25th!

Disposable Mug

Design to improve life! A contribution to the Index Award in connection to Copenhagen Design Week later this year. Here the description of this disposable mug concept; “In India, people prefer water to toilet paper and use plastic cups and empty bottles to hold water. This foldable mug is meant for washing after using the…

Greener Package Awards

A competition focused on packaging sustainability, sign up here before June 29th. The winners will be anounced fall 2009.

Packaging Design Competition

This is one of the rewarded packages in 2008 Pentawards. Now it’s time to sign up for this year’s edition. Pentawards is a worldwide competition exclusively devoted to packaging design in all its forms. It is open to everybody in all countries who are associated with the creation and marketing of packaging. The winners will receive bronze,…

Design Competition

Sign up to the design contest: Beer Bottles nei luoghi pubblici. An international sustainable design competition to develop creative solutions to the problem of glass drinking bottles left and broken in public meeting areas in Milan and other cities. The winner will be announced 31 January 2009 and exposed at the Milan design week in April 2009.

Young Package 2008

  The Young Package winners 2008 have been anounced. This Picnic set won first price and is presented with these words: “Intended for outdoor dining of four people, is an example of achieving the maximum effect with minimum means. The simple and practical package – together with printing limited to some basic yet sufficiently explicit graphic symbols – fully…

By Kristina de Verdier On 8 September, 2008 In , ,