The street kitchen is the place of flavours, substances, sighs and secrets. But also of surprises, concepts, colours and memories. It's a creation site. Quality content is no longer the basic premise to generate attraction, now the key is to add emotional experience. With this packaging the chef becomes a "graffiti artist" and the client becomes an art spectator. A new original and creative emotional experience: Urban Cuisine. A recipe doesn't have a soul, it's the cook who must give soul to the recipe.
The packaging design has the two common but at the same time separately design sides.This is depends on what to choose the side that such color will be visible,if look at the black package side can see the white tint of the bottle, if choose the white face of package the black part of the flagon will be the general undertone.The graphic shapes of packaging has the reflections of the bottle design forms.The main graphic element is the cow spots.They are also exist on the package and continue on the glass space.
The Maker Oats story includes conveying ease through simplicity, premium ingredients through product visibility, and a reusable jar and refill system for sustainability. The design language, inspired by Scandinavian simplicity, embraces simple geometry paired with clean iconography and sans serif letterforms, translating traditional premium cues into a modern interpretation. The strategy goes against the category norms to disrupt and create a unique point of difference. The use of purposeful, premium materials shifts the conversation from "just another oatmeal" to a breakfast experience.
The challenge for the realization of chip packings of the brand BCBG consisted in carrying out a series of packaging in adequacy with the universe of the mark. The packagings had to be both minimalist and modern, while having this artisanal touch of crisps and that pleasant and sympatic side that brings the characters drawn with the pen. The aperitif is a convivial moment that must feel on the packaging.
The concept of Clive cosmetics packaging was born to be different. Jonathan did not just want to create another brand of cosmetics with common products. Determined to explore more sensitivity and a little more than he believes in terms of personal care, he addresses one main goal. The balance between body and mind. With Hawaiian inspired design, the combination of tropical leaves, the tonality of the sea, and the tactile experience of the packages provide the sensation of relaxation and peace. This combination makes it possible to bring the experience of that place to the design.
Santaren is the result of the silent, dark, patient maceration of plants and spices. The objective was to make the design eminently original, to endow the bottle with all the elegance, personality and refinement of the liquid it contains, serenely distilled, full of feeling and history. The graphic approach for the label was classical, employing engraving techniques to create an image on heavily textured cotton paper. Ornamental typeface, luxurious detail and biblical symbols were incorporated to narrate the martyrdom of Saint Irene for a refined, elegant design. A delightful project.