Pouch

By Olivia Decaris “Pouch is a Malleable Carafe that enables the consumer to fill up their glass by pulling and squeezing the teat, with beverages including water and wine. Inspired by the cow’s udder mechanism and symbolism.‘Pouch’ proposes an innovative way to consume liquids.”

Puma Beer

Brewers & Union Craft Beer Kreechr in limited edition (600 cases) especially for PUMA when they entered the 2011 Volvo Ocean Race. Via Oh Beautiful Beer

Zeta Limited Edition

The Swedish brand Zeta celebrates their 40th anniversary this year, and the founder Fernando di Luca with family celebrates this by launching a limited edition tin-can. The retro-inspired package contains 0,5 L oil, and is designed by Identity Works. The illustration on the front is Fernando himself.

By Kristina de Verdier On 3 November, 2011 In , , , , ,

Bunches & Bunches

  Bunches & Bunches Ltd. is a tiny gourmet food company founded in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with a passion for incredible food. The company is now in Portland, Oregon and they’re making some amazing treats that are available at a growing roster of gourmet retailers like Dean & Deluca and others. Miller Creative was responsible…

Nonna Lina

“Mr. Conde Studio created and developed special packaging for ice cream brand Nonna Lina. A homemade Italian ice cream brand that has developed its revenues more than 60 years, this tradition was the starting point for creating the brand and its packaging. Made with the finest natural ingredients and grout developed in southern Italy, Nonna…

Mel De Cal Milio

The design agency Puigdemont Roca has created this honey packaging “There is nothing better for a natural and handcrafted product than work on the base of a direct association between the image of the product and the image of its origin, in this case, the bees”

Tempix

          A lot can happen with the food along the value chain. It’s enough that one actor handles the package in too high temperature, to make an impact on quality and taste. The indicator works as a guaranty that all of the food has high quality once leaving the grocery store. If the food gets…

“Terribly Trendy”

  Fruit Juice, 100% Natural, 250ml. “Cutting, sophisticated and terribly trendy” Dandy des bas-fonds: PEAR WILLIAM, RHUBARB and PEPPERED CINNAMON. Nymphette Délicieuse: PINK GUAVA, STRAWBERRY and VIOLET. Via Colette

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…

Mel De Cal Milio

The design agency Puigdemont Roca has created this honey packaging “There is nothing better for a natural and handcrafted product than work on the base of a direct association between the image of the product and the image of its origin, in this case, the bees”        

By Kristina de Verdier On 10 October, 2011 In , , , , ,

Package Icon goes Art

Khadia Ulumbekova, based in Moscow, designed this beautiful gigantic bottle for Coca Cola. It has been presented at events and festivals in Moscow, and was a part of the contest “125 of years of happines” by Coca Cola. To be found at museum ‘World of Coca-cola’ in Atlanta.

Tea Time Rocks

Dilmah Tea by Manic Design from Singapore      

Egg Package

    It is always good to see new ideas questioning standards. The traditional egg carton has been the same over the years – Here is a new concept, made by design student Éva Valicsek. It will probably not be as efficient and environmentally friendly as the current solution. But it is really good to see people (often…

Arabesque

By Italian Designer Max Casaroli. “Arabesque evokes elegance and decoration; from the brand to the product packaging, the idea is to represent a delicate and sinuous environment where Arabesque is the main actor playing.”

Folded Take Away

Clever take-away package for AB Coffee and Crepe by Lauren Schimming, University of Kansas. “A.B.’s Coffee and Crepes is a charming locally owned restaurant in Lawrence, Kansas. A.B. currently uses Styrofoam clam-shells for his take-away crepe orders. Inspired by origami folding cups, I created a variation on the traditional crepe cone that can be sealed for…