package design

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Maksim Arbuzov   |   http://maksimarbuzov.com

“Feel The Nature, Feel The Form! Natural forms is the best way to show naturalness of product. You need to have only form that to understand what is inside of package. Honey must looks as honey. That is why this package is so simple and clean. You have to enjoy the smell and taste of Honey. Nothing more should not bother you.”

The moment he took a pencil and drew something on the wall that later on turned out to be a car, his design career was started. Then he swapped a pencil for a spray paint and cars were drawn not only inside his house but also on city streets. Afterwards, he found practical use for his skills and worked for a student newspaper as an illustrator while studying tourist management. Career in that field ended before it even started and Maxim decided to become a designer. He prefers working in silence and to have his work done to satisfy the highest standards. He likes the sun and snow, coffee and ice-cream

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Teavana Packaging by Melia Tandiono

“The new Teavana will provide quality at your fingertips. By integrating simple design, this new approach will highlight Teavana’s ingredients, while keeping convenience in mind. The product is designed to ease the lengthy tea making process, therefore making it possible for busy individuals to enjoy a healthy loose-leaf tea and experience instant quality.”

Melia Tandiono is currently based in Los Angeles and is studying graphic design at Art Center College of Design. Her interest lies in print design, branding and packaging, which means she often buys items that is of no use to her, but is packaged beautifully.

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Kathy Wu   |   http://cargocollective.com/kathy

“An imaginary brand of chocolate inspired by origami paper and Japanese multi-purpose wrapping cloth called furoshiki. By paying attention to the art of wrapping, we bring moments of fun and beauty into everyday life.”

Kathy studies graphic design at RISD. She also loves fine art, technology, textiles, and prose. She dances likes its the seventies when no one’s looking. Hobbies include writing and rabbit-drawing.

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I made these beer labels for my brother for Christmas! Earlier in the year, we’d been fantasizing about him starting a literature themed brewery called Whale of a Tale Brewing Co. where all the beers would be named classic literary/beer puns. I liked these three that we came up with the best so I decided to illustrate their future labels. Hopefully someday they will all really exist and I’ll get to drink them!:) 

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Wedge & Lever   |   http://wedgeandlever.com

“A self-initiated project exploring the beer and wine category. For the brand story we created a fictitious narrative combined with historical facts from the Salem witch trials. From there we built out the brand and product line by integrating the occult theme into all aspects of this case study.”

Our design philosophy draws on the ability to communicate ideas, provide meaningful responses and aesthetically unique outcomes. We take complex ideas and communicate them in simple, effective and intelligent ways by working closely with our clients to understand their specific needs so that we may deliver the best possible project outcome.

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ああ、あんときのことをあやまりたい…。あの人にあんときのこと、あやまりたい…。アントキのいのきさんにもあやまりたい…。でもいいだせない。素直になれない。…そんにゃ時、ありますよね。そんにゃ時(しつこい)にはこのソーダをさしだせばいいですよ。パイニャップル風味ですよ。ダイヤモンドレモンで有名な老舗、布引礦泉所さんがつくってくれました。そりゃもう、瞬殺で仲直りですよ。仲直り通り越して、取り合いのとっくみあいですよ。もう猫関係ないじゃないかという感じもありますが、ちょっと前に猫の「ごめん寝」ポーズ、はやりましたもんね。たぶんそっからいろいろころんで、豪華4種類ラインナップ、結果オーライですよ。

http://www.nekobu.com/nishinominya/

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Tea Charlie Logo & Package Design by Yan Yaoming

“Strictly observing the ideas (ancient procedure for manufacturing tea, innovative design), choosing carefully cultivated tea and following the traditional process. These crafts, born a hundred years ago from numerous ancestors, are the accumulation of human experience of this industry and our respect and adherence to nature.”

Yan Yaoming is a graphic designer based in Beijing, China. He is focused on packaging design, branding, graphic design and print design.