This smart honey packaging was designed by Backbone Studio, a super branding studio from Armenia, that I was very happy to discover.
“The most tasty honey is in the beehive. But it is impossible to buy it in a market – it was impossible. Designers of Backbone Studio have made it out of wood and hid the can with honey into the improvised beehive. The simple but simultaneously original wooden wrapper is the message to the nature, ecology and pure taste. You immediately want to open and taste it. And there are no bees!”
I love this retro-style design for a one-off Absinthe label, by Adam Hill @ Velcrosuit, a graphic designer, illustrator and musician based in Cape Town, South Africa. The bottle was sold at a local Tattoo Expo as well as larger prints of the label art.
I discovered these cold press juices a few days ago. You can find them in shops (only around Athens for the time being) and apparently they deliver locally if you order online. I love the packaging and hopefully the taste is as good as it looks. I would try the Big Apple (ginger, green apple and lemon) from the Beginners detox program.
This is the identity design for Bibelot in Melbourne, an artisinal patisserie / gelateria / coffee bar / chocolate shop and high tea salon, all in one. I love the monochrome palette and that they used traditional mosaic tiling techniques as an inspiration. It’s by design studio A Friend of Mine.
I love this packaging design for Nongfu mineral water, a chinese drinks company. The design is by Horse and the beautiful illustrations by Brett Ryder. The idea was to create a packaging inspired by the local landscape and wildlife, and Ryder was commissioned to create an image for each season.
This line of wine labels was created by Mary Kate McDevitt. The front label (speech bubble) is what we say out loud as small talk during dinner parties and the back label (thought bubble) is what we’re actually thinking…