The design is based on traditional Peking Opera of China with a separation in characters by gender. They shape a hero named “Bawang” and a heroine called “Daomadan”, who play jointly in the heroic packaging opera so as to convey a sense of equality between the sexes. And they skillfully use the elements of ingredients of beer, hops and wheat when illustrating the exquisite headwear with the attempt to express the inextricable connection between drinking culture and heroic spirit as a historical fact and also a reality in modern society.
The product name of Snow Beer suggests the feeling of cool and icy. To symbolize it into a pattern, the designer created a hexogonal emblem through illustrating a snowy world, which is elaborated with the method of joint-use of graph. The designer depicts sport, travel, and nature so consumers will be impressed with the association and memory about snow. At the lower part, the mosaic process of a poetic scene, “Snow falls in Changan”, accomplishes the graphic design, which is both detailed and panoptic.
The name of Kisseal is from a pop song and every single letter is symbolized in the artwork into flowing shapes just like the aroma of coffee.The illustration of the bottle is from 2 famous artists, Marco & Stefano, twin bothers from Turin Italy.It is believed that the inspiration comes from stained glass window of churches and the style is Pop Art, which endows the package with a high identifiability and a strong feeling of aesthetics. The designer makes a perfect adjustment of the illustration for the package. As such, the pop graphic design builds up a young and entertaining brand image.
PIXIO packaging concept visually communicates the product’s key feature - the versatility of a cube in pixel art style. Box transmits the pixio-block itself. Like Pixel art came from 8-bit computers and video game consoles – boxes are using the simplest tool – 8 cm cube with standard 16 colors. Available on the overwhelming majority of video subsystems where three bits encode RGB signals and the fourth bit encodes brightness. The design was created to make installations in retails. Based on the balance of limited colors, resolution, dimension to convey complicated concepts in an efficient way.
Licha, a local tea brand in Taiwan, is inspired by “the affection of gifts”.The brand expands on the idea of sending gifts by creating western-styled sophistication, integrating the classic and the chic, and highlighting characteristics of different products with bright and colorful packaging, thus promoting the fine teas of Taiwan to the world.
FonteVita redefines the boundaries of premiumness for the horeca sector not with a glass packaging but with a plastic one through a eye-catching shape, a new type of decoration, a shade made possible thanks to an original use of the multilayer technology and its easy colors dosing process instead of a full sleeve label. On the top there is LuxCap, the very first premium cap for pco 1881 cap, which is entirely customizable in colours, finishing and printings. FonteVita, a 39 grams bottle, is the alternative to glass with a lot of other benefits such as unbreakability, lightweight and low cost.