Xoctail on Packaging of the World

Designer: Jessica Sandoval Concept Developer: Iara Martinnetti Concept Developer: Nicolas Angarita Location: France Project Type: Student Project School: Escola Universitaria de Barceloa Disseny i Enginyeria Tutor: Eva Minguella, Jesús Alonso López and Miquel Campmany Muñoz Packaging Contents: Chocolates with cocktail base Packaging Substrate / Materials: Cardboard Printing Process: Foil stamping and Digital printing Casa Dolca Farrer is an old chocolate shop in […]

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Font Vella, Premium Pet Bottle on Packaging of the World

Design: Morillas Branding Agency Location: Spain Project Type: Produced Client: Font Vella Photography: Xaime Aneiros Product Launch Location: Global Packaging Contents: Water Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic bottle Printing Process: Photogravure Font Vella, nothing less than water. Well-loved water brand Font Vella didn’t want to miss out on launching a Premium range, to appeal to consumers that were looking for something out of […]

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Arcánico :: Vino Ilusión Destino on Packaging of the World

Designer: Alejandro Villegas Illustrator: Christian Poiré Location: Mexico Project Type: Concept Packaging Contents: Mexican Red Wine Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass Bottle Printing Process: Foil Stamping Arcanico is a project of Mexican red wine inspired by the tarot’s larger Arcanes. As well as in a tarot print, each of our labels begins a journey through each of the arcane, which is the […]

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Big M Re-brand on Packaging of the World

Design: candybrophycreative Location: Australia Project Type: Concept Packaging Contents: Flavoured Milk Packaging Substrate / Materials: Cardboard Printing Process: Screen Printing Big M is a classic Australian flavoured milk, overshadowed lately by inferior new brands that are often in plastic bottles this classic 80’s milk needs a facelift away from the over shading and embellished graphics of the 90s and early 2000’s. Back […]

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Midol Refreshes Brand In An Appeal To Millennials and Gen Z Consumers

Midol is an over-the-counter medication known for relieving menstrual symptoms, although the product originally positioned itself as an alternative for head and tooth pain relief in the early part of the 20th century. In 1938, Bayer began to market the over-the-counter medication for relieving period discomfort, and Midol’s brand identity evolved along with women’s place in society. In recent years, however, the […]

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