Frederik seems to be a different kind of beer bottle. It is named after the brands primary Brewmaster. The whole concept of design is connected to this feature. The design differentiates with its rounded edged square section both at neck and mother body of the bottle which seems as a new kind of idea for pressured beverages. Proportions between its neck and mother body creates a balance between label areas. Due to the square section design, a similar soft square shaped pim has placed on the back side of the bottle. For creating the design, blow and blow glass forming technology is applied.
The client wanted a jar for a new conserve brand that was bespoke and that people would want to keep in the centre of the table, not hidden away in a cupboard. The inspiration for the design uses the original Histon signpost as a starting point. The windmill, duck pond, and local boot maker were also incorporated into the design. The choice of William’s rather than WMP Hartley for the branding was to distance the brand from the everyday range and to give a more personal feel to the range.
We began with a new brand essence – ‘flavour beyond ordinary’. This idea was then brought to life through expressive and playful ways of adding flavour to food and drink: a slap of sauce, a scatter of spice and a mix of spirit. These were then visually expressed through traditional, artistic mark-making techniques that capture both the excitement and involvement of adding some zing to your food and drink. The result is a simple, emotive visual identity that lets the product do the talking.
How to distil the richness of Moravian Slovakia folklore into a beer label? We managed to craft a flat background, vector lines and typography into a vibrant ornamental and eye-catching visual style. The design can be further developed to match the type of beer Moravian Slovakia folklore motifs decorate the classic Czech beers, while label designs of the other styles introduce appropriate folklore elements from different regions and cultures (i.e. Stout – Celtic knots).
In order to celebrate the 165 national and international awards Omdesign has won in the last three years, they decided to create this packaging to reinforce their commitment to the future. This package made of burnt wood carries a strong message with a simple gesture, meaning that by working together, people can help return to the forest part of what was destroyed by the fires, as well as what Omdesign takes from it to develop the solutions they create every day. This caricature of a water dispenser, doling out water drop by drop, illustrates Omdesign environmental concern.
The design showcases five different hand drawn, vintage inspired and slightly realistic monkey faces, each one representing a different coffee from a different region. On their head, a stylish, classic hat. Their mild expression evokes curiosity. These dapper monkeys imply quality, their ironic sophistication appealing to coffee drinkers interested in complex flavor characteristics. Their expressions playfully represent a mood, but also allude to the coffee's flavor profile, mild, strong, sour or smooth. The design is simple, yet subtly clever, a coffee for every mood.
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