The goddess of youth who rules the golden apple: Idun. The main image pays homage to the artist John Bauer, extracting Idun and redesigning it to incorporate the beautiful apple-growing environment. The apples in the goddess's hand are hollowed out on the bottle label to reveal the red apple juice beneath the label, expressing the natural properties of the apples. Three of the apples are treated with a gold stamping process to convey the three golden apples get from the Goddess of Youth to squeeze into juice.
When designing this product rusk, the team used worldview of picture books and tried to make the character animals living in the Forest of Rusk as lovely as possible. They set up a character for each flavor, created an episode for each character and put on the back of the package. Therefore, the size of eyes, nose and mouth had to be adjusted in millimeters. The rusk used for the design basis is not CG, but actual product to be pictured and used as it is. The natural unique shape of rusk made its character look more attractive.
With tea-related local scenery represented, the tea packaging communicates the product information to users. It highlights the landmark building and reproduces the sight Three Pools Mirroring the Moon. The design of the inner box originates from the moon evoking the atmosphere of serenity and permanency and the memory of tea-tasting.
The packaging design uses Guizhou ecological tea gardens, frogs, big swallows, tea pickers, Chishui River and Zunyi red culture as creative elements, and draws a natural, organic and ecological humanistic illustration pattern creation. It embodies the characteristics of the product. Today, when the return to nature is advocated, it is easy to feel the breath of nature.
Xi Jiu Hanmi bottle is based on oriental aesthetics to inherit the secret recipe of Han dynasty royal court. The design uses the graph implication to give people mental hint, such as the elements of Shuang Mao, four sacred animals in Han dynasty, Han dynasty palace tower, royal palace decoration, etc. to express the nobleness of Han dynasty. Combined with the dark red and luxurious gold color, it expresses the comprehension and explanation to the best Chinese Baijiu of Han dynasty.
To celebrate the Year of Tiger, Nongfu Spring launches a limited gift box for Mix Milk Tea. The idea is inspired by a Chinese nursery rhyme "Beat the Tiger". The packaging is designed as tiger head, while its eyes are replaced by whirls that are the visual asset of the brand. When consumers are holding the box, their fists are right above the tiger, so it looks like the consumers are beating the tiger. Eventually, it can create the interaction between consumers and packaging.
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