Milk box (Its real not a photoshop)
Experiment in cardboard packaging as well as in communication. It represents the content of the product in the simplest way, both through word and image. The packaging is the same dimension as a 2 liter milk.
The developed conception of the package shape resembled an udder, which presents the first half of the message in that soy milk is identical to that of a cow. The second part of the message is delivered via the colour score and décor of the packaging, which concentrate on the phytogenesis of the product, creating an image of nature and health.
Packaging Virgin Olive Oil (El Mil del Poaig)
“Protect and communicate the great value of Olive Oil from milennial trees. A journey from Maestrar to the world.”
Hang Me Some Tea (Hanger : Tea)
If the Hanger Tea were to be submitted as an entry to tea-packaging-awards (if such a thing existed), I say it would win hands down! I can’t think of a better or more obvious way to pack teabags than this hanger & T-shirt design. It’s a funny take on how the simple motion of hanging a used teabag on the rim of your cup, be done. Color-coded for different varieties, the hangers are rather cute and so are the tea-shirts!
Designer: Soon Mo Kang
Wine in a can
“Wine in a can” makes it simple to bring a glass of wine on the go. Avoid the hassle of wineglasses, opener and fragile bottle. This is a small convenient packaging totally made from aluminium, from which you drink like a glass. The cans are recycled in the same way as conventional aluminium cans.
The contour line give associations to the wine bottle and create good opportunities. Through a restrained colour scheme with matte black as the base colour and the colour of the wine as accents, a feeling of exclusivity which gives the wine justice, is created.
Salt & Pepper Cell (packaging as batteries cell)
The 2009 Pentawards results is finally announced! And Kleenex’s “Slice of Summer” emerged as the Best of the Show of Pentawards 2009.
“Have you ever thought how strong the dinosaur’s bite was? At BQB we’re sure their bite was very strong, thus dinosaurs must have had very strong teeth. As a result of our conceptual training BQB’s designer Galima Akhmetzyanova came up with a great idea – to create a gum package shaped like dino’s jaws.”
Packaging headphones(EarBudeez headphones)
“Audiovox found that customers choose their earbuds like a fashion accessory and packaging is key to their choice. JDA developed the earBudeez series as personalities with the earbuds as eyes in different positions to convey attitudes and emotions. These fun, eye-catching packages appeal to customers of all ages who want to express themselves with a unique product.”