Sigg by Brunner Mettler

The industrial designers Thilo Brunner and  Joerg Mettler (Brunner Mettler), were asked to create a thermos-version of the iconic Sigg bottle. In an article in Frame, Brunner explains “It’s a family of sturdy thermoses, they belong to a category of physical products that won’t be replaced by immaterial ones: products used for food and drinks. They look very…

Oliveology

Black and golden olive oil packaging from Oliveology. “This limited edition oil is individually numbered. Only 320 numbered and signed tins are available. Oliveology was created in 2009 as a means of sharing and enjoying the culinary treasures and gastronomic traditions of Greece.  We only work with independent, artisan farmers who produce truly high quality items using traditional…

By Kristina de Verdier On 30 December, 2013 In , ,

Fortnum & Mason Premium Tea

Fortnum & Mason, famous for their fine teas, has introduced a premium range, designed by LRW, London. “The brief for LRW was to create a concept that would draw on over 300 years of heritage with a strong appeal to international markets with a new iconic caddy shape. The new packaging was produced in a number of…

By Kristina de Verdier On 19 December, 2013 In , , 1 comment

Olivae Olive Oil

Olive oil packaging designed by student Kenny Maicon Barcelos, Brazil. Via Packaging of the World

Design Study – Schweppes 230th Anniversary

On their own initiative French Toast have created this cool packaging, as a celebration to iconic Schweppes. “This year, Schweppes celebrates their 230 years. We designed three bottles & cans, as limited edition. This is a design case study and in no way intented to harm any rights nor officially related to this or any other brand.”…

New butter brand and in-home experience

Here is a very good piece of innovation & design work for something as basic as butter. A holistic approach to the food product and its packaging, where the in-home experience has been key. Compliments to Pearlfisher and Arla. “As part of a long-term relationship with Arla, Pearlfisher have created a new addition to the Lurpak range – Slow Churned…

Stockholm Confectionery Factory

          Stockholm Confectionery Factory, founded around 100 years ago, still going strong and also exporting the sweets to countries around Europe. Beautiful old photos as the foundation of the design, on clean metal cans.

Tea Time Rocks

Dilmah Tea by Manic Design from Singapore      

Damn Fine Tea

When you have a package, you emptied it and something tells you – it’s too nice and considered to be thrown away – then there is a value added. Not only the fact that you may keep the package, but also the fact that this thought crossed your mind. Of course this is not the only answer how to build responsible packaging design…

Pastiglie Leone

A grey and rainy day here in Italy, so I thought a coffee might cheer it up a little…and found these lovely packages at the coffee bar. Pastilles from Pastiglie Leone, a traditional Italian brand since 1857. The metal cans definitely cheered me up, colorful and with beautiful graphics.