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Corn Beer Package designed by Gabriel Germain. Via Packaging UQAM

Corn Beer Package designed by Gabriel Germain. Via Packaging UQAM

LägereBräu Box

      Secondary package designed  for the Swiss brewery LägereBräu. Made by Oliver Wehn, Thomas Lehner and Jacob Kadrmas.  “The print substrate is a cartonboard named Frövi Carry that is commonly used for packaging solutions like this one. We decided to turn the coated white side to the inside to reveal the original material through…

 

 

 

Secondary package designed  for the Swiss brewery LägereBräu. Made by Oliver Wehn, Thomas Lehner and Jacob Kadrmas

“The print substrate is a cartonboard named Frövi Carry that is commonly used for packaging solutions like this one. We decided to turn the coated white side to the inside to reveal the original material through the untreated brown side of the carton sheet. The box is printed in three colors: yellow (a special spot color mixed for the brewery), an opaque white as first coat printed under the yellow and finally black for the texts. The printing plates for the texts can be varied to define the particular sort of beer the box is made for. A matt varnish is printed nearly all over the box with just the corona left open to achieve its unobtrusive and subtle appearance. Laterally information about the producer is placed. On one side there is a short text on the brand «LägereBräu» itself. On the opposite side a short description provides further information on the particular sort of beer. If you open the box at the perforation it reveals the inner coated surface of the cardboard. We printed the entire inside with the yellow spot color to support the idea of the box being just a physical container that on its opening discloses all the ideas and values connected to the brand and it’s product.”

Hibernalis

Hibernalis is a packaging concept for icewine made by student Stéphanie Malak at Sylvain Allard’s packaging course. The protective secondary package is made of raw paper pulp.

Hibernalis is a packaging concept for icewine made by student Stéphanie Malak at Sylvain Allard’s packaging course. The protective secondary package is made of raw paper pulp.

Beer Packaging from Israel

Blend It from Israel made branding and design for the Golan Brewery. In the first picture you see a clever secondary package which looks like they made of one piece cardboard. Here is the story about the project “The Golan Brewery was launched as a joint venture by the Ohayon family and the Golan Heights…

Blend It from Israel made branding and design for the Golan Brewery. In the first picture you see a clever secondary package which looks like they made of one piece cardboard. Here is the story about the project “The Golan Brewery was launched as a joint venture by the Ohayon family and the Golan Heights Winery. Located in Katzrin, the brewery produces beer of an international caliber. In our search for a design concept, we engaged in a dialogue between the local and the sophisticated, the masculine and the liberated, and the rugged and the cultured.”

Universal Packaging System

A flat sheets of recyclable corrugated cardboard. The patterns make it easy to fold and conform to almost any shape while maintaining structural rigidity and protecting the contents. Clever! See more here

A flat sheets of recyclable corrugated cardboard. The patterns make it easy to fold and conform to almost any shape while maintaining structural rigidity and protecting the contents. Clever! See more here

The Frustration-Free Package

Online shopping – better or worse for the environment than the traditional method? Amazon presents a new program called Frustration-free Packaging. Goal: to eliminate waste, cut costs, and improve usability. Products’ boxes are often not designed to be shipped directly to the customer. To ensure it arrives safely, Amazon usually places it inside another box. But with this new packaging…

Online shopping – better or worse for the environment than the traditional method? Amazon presents a new program called Frustration-free Packaging. Goal: to eliminate waste, cut costs, and improve usability.

Products’ boxes are often not designed to be shipped directly to the customer. To ensure it arrives safely, Amazon usually places it inside another box. But with this new packaging system, the products have been designed to ship in their original containers directly to the customer.