Tag Archives: creative packaging design

Helvance Swiss Cosmetics Concept design

By | January 9, 2016

Helvance Swiss Cosmetics Concept design was the re-branding of Switzerland based beauty product to create a premium, elite brand identity. Natural skin-care products from the Swiss brand have long been targeted at aware customer base who see value in healthy, sustainable product sourcing. The concept needed to embrace the same values and speak to consumers, standing out among… Read More »

Nubia natural skincare concept design

By | January 9, 2016

Nubia natural skincare concept design highlights it’s premium product quality, rich aesthetics, and natural ingredients in a beautiful, modern packaging. Canadian designer Alex Nereuta adds a distinctive touch of subtle, pristine shades with soft hues. It creates a brand association which conveys the purity and quality of ingredients, as well as premium product association. “It’s not every day that you come… Read More »

Koi Japanese Sake package design

By | January 9, 2016

Koi Japanese Sake package design sports a beautiful, patterned ornamental fish to enhance the premium quality of its pristine white package. The brand derives it name from the shortened form of Nishikigoi, meaning the indelible carp. Symbolic of Japan, the fish has golden patterns all over its heroic red body. It stands for valor, colorful cheer and positive vibes.… Read More »

Top Ten most creative tea infuser designs

By | January 9, 2016

Top Ten most creative tea infuser designs enlists some very innovative design takes on the mundane tea bags, making them a must have for every tea connoisseur. Up first, is this Mr. Tea Infuser. Living up to his name with the relaxed, warm vibe like your pick-me-up cuppa tea in a cozy, winter morning, this is an positively… Read More »

La Boqueria Sustainable fruit carrier design

By | January 8, 2016

La Boqueria Sustainable fruit carrier design makes carrying sliced fruit a cinch, all the while staying true to its commitment for eco-friendly, recycled materials. Carrying sliced fruit from supermarkets is never easy. The juices can stain, leak through traditional paper bags, and transfer their smell on to other products. Which is why, despite commitment to sustainable packages and… Read More »