Fast Food Packaging

RISD graduate student Seul Bi Kim used a personal frustration with fast food packaging as inspiration to create a new concept. “This package is designed to provide a more convenient way of take-out for fast food industry as well as its customers, by designing handy carrier for take-out burger meal consisted of a burger, french-fries,…

RISD graduate student Seul Bi Kim used a personal frustration with fast food packaging as inspiration to create a new concept.

“This package is designed to provide a more convenient way of take-out for fast food industry as well as its customers, by designing handy carrier for take-out burger meal consisted of a burger, french-fries, and soda. The carrier will reduce the volume by about 50%. It is one-handed, convenient, practical, and compact, so your hands can be more free by holding all in one.”

Russian Dairy Packaging

Нюрка пришла! (Nyurka came!). A line of Russian natural dairy products. Simple and clean using just two colours, which makes the packaging easy for production and visible on the shelf. Designed by Viewpoint

Нюрка пришла! (Nyurka came!). A line of Russian natural dairy products. Simple and clean using just two colours, which makes the packaging easy for production and visible on the shelf. Designed by Viewpoint

By Kristina de Verdier on 11 November, 2013 In , , , ,

Paper Wine Bottle

Paperboy, a wine bottle made out of compressed recycled paper. “Paperboy is about as green as it’s possible to make a wine bottle. It’s made out of a compressed recycled paper, printed with natural inks and the inside contains a recyclable sleeve like you find in a box of wine.  The bottles are rigid and strong…

Paperboy, a wine bottle made out of compressed recycled paper. “Paperboy is about as green as it’s possible to make a wine bottle. It’s made out of a compressed recycled paper, printed with natural inks and the inside contains a recyclable sleeve like you find in a box of wine.  The bottles are rigid and strong – they’re even ice bucket safe for three hours – and take only 15% of the energy that regular glass bottles take to produce. They weigh only an ounce when empty so save a huge amount of energy on shipping. In Safeway now and available nationwide soon.” By Stranger & Stranger

Petit Juice

  Sweety Branding Studio, a Brazilian-based design studio. “We are extremely passionate about what we do and always want to leave our work with that hint of love that brought us here. These funny collectible juice packaging were developed with all our affection for children, “les petits”. With Tetra Pak packaging that retain more natural juices, all…

 

Sweety Branding Studio, a Brazilian-based design studio. “We are extremely passionate about what we do and always want to leave our work with that hint of love that brought us here. These funny collectible juice packaging were developed with all our affection for children, “les petits”. With Tetra Pak packaging that retain more natural juices, all packages have been designed in a sustainable use, with papers and returnable bottles.”

Drop Coffee Roasters

Drop Coffee Roasters is an award winning roastery with the focus on creating a great tasting sustainable grown and traded coffee. “We have a coffee roastery and a bar in Södermalm with all the focus on a good cup of coffee. With each cup served comes experience in the accuracy with temperature, equipment, operation, and…

Drop Coffee Roasters is an award winning roastery with the focus on creating a great tasting sustainable grown and traded coffee.

“We have a coffee roastery and a bar in Södermalm with all the focus on a good cup of coffee. With each cup served comes experience in the accuracy with temperature, equipment, operation, and raw materials in particular. Coffee is a delicate product affecting thousands of people’s lives. We believe that if we pay the farmer a good price for the arduous work to produce the coffee, it will benefit him or her, their families, communities and the local environment.”

Sandro Desii Pasta

Lo Siento, Barcelona based design agency created brand Identity and packaging design for Sandro Desii’s products. “The design focuses on creating an identity system that helps both owner and consumer to locate, catalogue and organize the different products of the firm by their number and color. A family of twenty packs of pasta has been…

Lo Siento, Barcelona based design agency created brand Identity and packaging design for Sandro Desii’s products. “The design focuses on creating an identity system that helps both owner and consumer to locate, catalogue and organize the different products of the firm by their number and color. A family of twenty packs of pasta has been designed.” Via The Dieline

By Kristina de Verdier on 25 April, 2013 In , ,

Herb Packaging

Packaging concept developed by Tiffany Marchis at UQAM. “The package was part of a larger campaign to promote the green city. Herbs are available in kraft paper bags easy to transport and handle. The bottom lined with a detachable tray is then to be planted in the garden or simply in a pot. All material is…

Packaging concept developed by Tiffany Marchis at UQAM. “The package was part of a larger campaign to promote the green city. Herbs are available in kraft paper bags easy to transport and handle. The bottom lined with a detachable tray is then to be planted in the garden or simply in a pot. All material is optimized including the handles of the bag that can be used, once detached, as identification label for grass”

By Kristina de Verdier on 24 April, 2013 In , , , ,

Askinoise Chocolate

Askinoise Chocolate “We begin the process by finding farmers that we already have some contact with. In other words, we are introduced to the farmers by a mutual acquaintance. We find farmers first, because farmers are more important to us than beans. Sure, we want high quality rare beans, more importantly though, we farmers that…

Askinoise Chocolate “We begin the process by finding farmers that we already have some contact with. In other words, we are introduced to the farmers by a mutual acquaintance. We find farmers first, because farmers are more important to us than beans. Sure, we want high quality rare beans, more importantly though, we farmers that we can work with on issues that are important to us.”

By Kristina de Verdier on 27 June, 2012 In , , ,

Leafy Dream

Designed by Jauku Design. “The idea of this project was to design a package for a jewelry tree. Main concept was to make a person, who is holding the package, feel familiar with the Jewlery Tree, that is inside it. We decided to choose an ecological and simple structure of the package, as it saves…

Designed by Jauku Design. “The idea of this project was to design a package for a jewelry tree. Main concept was to make a person, who is holding the package, feel familiar with the Jewlery Tree, that is inside it. We decided to choose an ecological and simple structure of the package, as it saves energy and time, needed to produce it. Also, we wanted to make it a little bit interactive, so person discovers the „content“ little by little, by performing opening actions. A great interest was payed to make this package suitable for post delivery, so it is strong and reliable and still meets the smallest sending requirements.”

By Kristina de Verdier on 7 June, 2012 In

Fair & Square

Fair & Square, a fairtrade wine range in lightweight, 100% recyclable, carton packaging (Tetra Prisma Aseptic). From La Riojana, one of the largest and most successful co-operatives in Argentina and the world’s largest producer of certified Fairtrade organic wine.

Fair & Square, a fairtrade wine range in lightweight, 100% recyclable, carton packaging (Tetra Prisma Aseptic). From La Riojana, one of the largest and most successful co-operatives in Argentina and the world’s largest producer of certified Fairtrade organic wine.

Scandinavian Coffee House

Scandinavian Coffee House from Norway. “At Scandinavian Coffee House we want to show our love for coffee and share the pleasure of enjoying it together. Coffee plays a central role in our culture as an important ingredient in people`s social life wherever and whenever we meet. Scandinavians have always travelled, so our culinary traditions are influenced by…

Scandinavian Coffee House from Norway. “At Scandinavian Coffee House we want to show our love for coffee and share the pleasure of enjoying it together. Coffee plays a central role in our culture as an important ingredient in people`s social life wherever and whenever we meet. Scandinavians have always travelled, so our culinary traditions are influenced by many others. Otherwise we would not have had coffee in the first place. We have embraced the coffee culture to such an extent that we have created our own – one that suits our palate and temper. At SCH we have designed a coffee program that shows our deep rooted traditions for coffee preparation. At the same time we are re-interpreting the presentation of it, dressed for a new era in coffee.”

Amaltea Biodynamic Wine

The biodynamic Amaltea wine. “Within the practice of biodynamic farming, Loxarel integrates herds of goats in controlling weeds in the vineyard. Amaltea, represented by the goat nymph who nursed the god Zeus, according to Greek mythology associated with fertile land and abundance. The concepts of the goat, the horn (the main element of the preparation…

The biodynamic Amaltea wine. “Within the practice of biodynamic farming, Loxarel integrates herds of goats in controlling weeds in the vineyard. Amaltea, represented by the goat nymph who nursed the god Zeus, according to Greek mythology associated with fertile land and abundance. The concepts of the goat, the horn (the main element of the preparation 500), and the constellations are the basis of biodynamic agriculture and the characteristic of this young coupage.”

100 x 100 Organic Food

Adrián Froufe is a spanish product designer based in Milan (Italy) and here is his Product Design BA Final Project. “100×100 is a brand dedicated to organic food that seeks to create links between rural producers and urban consumers and tries to improve the quality of the products we consume in our day to day lives. In…

Adrián Froufe is a spanish product designer based in Milan (Italy) and here is his Product Design BA Final Project. “100×100 is a brand dedicated to organic food that seeks to create links between rural producers and urban consumers and tries to improve the quality of the products we consume in our day to day lives. In addition, we have tought to give this brand a new and attractive aesthetic component that breaks with the classic image of organic and environmentally friendly products. All packaging of 100×100, except for the obvious elements, is made of the same material: corrugated cardboard, to which the seeds of various herbs are added in the manufacturing process. When the container is no longer useful, it can be planted and the seeds will sproud. Thus, the idea of recycling takes on a different dimension to the traditional: From our waste we can generate life.” Made with the assistance of Frédéric Misik. Branding design in collaboration with graphic designer Jesús A. Nieto

Nooka Glueless Packaging

“Nooka is continuing its tradition of green packaging with the introduction of the Nooka Glue-less custom box. This paper packaging is truly eco-friendly, requiring minimal material, minimal labor and is biodegradable. The new packaging will be shipping with the Zub 40 line as part of our fall 2011 collection.” Via Lovely Package

“Nooka is continuing its tradition of green packaging with the introduction of the Nooka Glue-less custom box. This paper packaging is truly eco-friendly, requiring minimal material, minimal labor and is biodegradable. The new packaging will be shipping with the Zub 40 line as part of our fall 2011 collection.” Via Lovely Package

Nezinscot Farm

Lindsay Perkins “To design a brand and package line that reflected the farm’s eco-friendly agricultural methods. All packaging is reproduced individually, making each piece a little bit different, just as products from an organic farm. The concept The Grass is Greener on our side is emphasized throughout the brand and product lines by the use of biodegradable…



Lindsay Perkins “To design a brand and package line that reflected the farm’s eco-friendly agricultural methods. All packaging is reproduced individually, making each piece a little bit different, just as products from an organic farm. The concept The Grass is Greener on our side is emphasized throughout the brand and product lines by the use of biodegradable paper made with grass seeds. So wherever and however the packaging is disposed, grass will grow one way to give back to the farm’s free range animals.”