Here is a small tribute to the maritime tragedy designed by Hugo Dufour last year as a design packaging project for paper tissue. (via packaging | UQAM | Sylvain Allard)

Here is a small tribute to the maritime tragedy designed by Hugo Dufour last year as a design packaging project for paper tissue. (via packaging | UQAM | Sylvain Allard)

considertheaesthetic:

I am so used to skincare and beauty products coming in boring containers, that when I first saw this I thought it was going to be tea or some kind of food. Once I read the label though, I was intrigued. 

This packaging is so different from the typical bland and cookie-cutter designs I normally see in the make-up isle. I think it was a huge risk using black, especially because I think there is a slightly masculine feel to the overall packaging. I think the black works surprisingly well though, and the overall look of the design is really great. The seemingly unoriginal pops of light pink mixed in with the rest of the grayscale design is somehow made original when paired with the rest of the packaging.

Designed by Irving & Co for Rapha.

jaclyncimino:


Asked to develop an innovative concept for tea, Maude Arès-Blouin proposed that pretty classic packaging for the pouches. In a tasting box of floral teas, the pouches are attached to tabs that are part of the box, thus referring to the flower petals. Box delightfully illustrated semi-abstract textures of tea flowers and once open reveals its contents. Inspired users can indulge in the carefree love expressed famous flower play “She love me, she loves me not.”

jaclyncimino:

Asked to develop an innovative concept for tea, Maude Arès-Blouin proposed that pretty classic packaging for the pouches. In a tasting box of floral teas, the pouches are attached to tabs that are part of the box, thus referring to the flower petals. Box delightfully illustrated semi-abstract textures of tea flowers and once open reveals its contents. Inspired users can indulge in the carefree love expressed famous flower play “She love me, she loves me not.”

Re-Branding for the tea company “Teekanne”

Currently the benefits of tea can only be experienced at home. If the advantages of tea consumption and healthy mobility are brought together, you will get the best possible relaxation and the most intense tea experiences.

That’s why we make tea for a mobile generation.

Being mobile means, to be active and to be on the move - it means to enjoy the day together. We want “Teekanne” to be a permanent part of these shared experiences. Tea consumption is no longer limited to a particular place or certain time.

Credits: This was a fictional project from Christopher Walser (www.christopherwalser.at) and Martin Strobel (www.martin-strobel.com) in cooperation with the Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (Austria) and the “Teekanne GmbH Austria”.

typeverything:

typeverything.com - Thunderstick Packaging (via Ben Harman Graphic Design | Branding & General Good Looks)

typeverything:

typeverything.com - Thunderstick Packaging (via Ben Harman Graphic Design | Branding & General Good Looks)