Tea Time Rocks

Dilmah Tea by Manic Design from Singapore

Facet Design and Packaging

Dzmitry Samal has made the faceted tin concept on the first picture. And with this concept I would like to bring you into what I think is a fabulous document. This Facet Design Book is a fantastic source of inspiration. Scroll through it and you will probably end up having a bunch of ideas. Beautiful! On…

Dzmitry Samal has made the faceted tin concept on the first picture. And with this concept I would like to bring you into what I think is a fabulous document. This Facet Design Book is a fantastic source of inspiration. Scroll through it and you will probably end up having a bunch of ideas. Beautiful! On the same theme Vitamin Water – new label, with the facet design incorporated in the graphic design. Designed by The Coolhunter. The salt and pepper dispenser, designed by Gregory Buntain. And last Fract Engineered Flowers, by Nimrod Gavish.

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…

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 in the world. But I think it’s complementary to recyclable and environmentally friendly materials and systems that are being developed. Damn Fine Tea it is, and it’s designed in collaboration with Aesthetic Apparatus.

Kusmi Tea

This is not just tea. This is an experience. It’s not possible to pick a traditional tea bag if this package is present on the table. Kusmi has it’s headquarter in Paris. The company which produces Russian-style teas, was established by Pavel Michailovitch Kousmichoff, 1867 in St Petersburg, Russia. The company blends teas from China, India, and…

This is not just tea. This is an experience. It’s not possible to pick a traditional tea bag if this package is present on the table. Kusmi has it’s headquarter in Paris. The company which produces Russian-style teas, was established by Pavel Michailovitch Kousmichoff, 1867 in St Petersburg, Russia. The company blends teas from China, India, and Ceylon with aromatics like lemon, bergamot, lime, mandarin orange and flowers. They also have green teas, detox versions etc etc. A true treat for the senses! The packaging – a colorful tin canister – is a big part of the experience. This kind of product gives the user a chance to reflect over what they are consuming. Instead of immediately throwing packages away after consumption – you would probably reflect a moment how it might be useful into re-use it.