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Packaging design: Montezuma’s Chocolate (Student Project)

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«For my uni­ver­sity mod­ule we were set a brief to rebrand an eth­ic­al food com­pany of our choice, I chose Montezuma’s Chocol­ate. Montezuma’s provide lux­ury hand­made chocol­ate products in the UK.»

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Packaging design: Creature Comforts Brewing Company Bibo Pilsner

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«See the beauty of Athens, Geor­gia, on some­thing as small as a beer can. Creature Com­forts Brew­ing Com­pany turned to Young Atheni­ans to cre­ate clas­sic pack­aging design for their tra­di­tion­al pils­ner, want­ing the city in which it was brewed to play a vital role in the design.»

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Packaging design: Lyle’s Golden Syrup — Limited Edition

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«Design Bridge give Lyle’s Golden Syr­up® the Roy­al treat­ment to cel­eb­rate The Queen’s 90th Birth­day Inde­pend­ent brand design agency Design Bridge today announce details of their work cre­at­ing a lim­ited edi­tion tin for Lyle’s Golden Syr­up in cel­eb­ra­tion of The Queen’s 90th birth­day.»

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Hollandia refreshed: The Czech lovebrand’s bold makeover

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«Hol­land­ia is the yogurt love brand adored by con­sumers across the Czech Repub­lic. This redesign marks a dra­mat­ic­ally, refreshed look of Hollandia’s product ranges and cor­por­ate iden­tity, which had under­gone min­im­al change since the com­pany ori­gin­ated 25 years ago.»

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Queen of the Nile (Student Project)

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«Object­ive To cre­ate a new brand and pack­age design for the premi­um flor­al beer “Queen of the Nile.” Included are a front label, back label, neck label, and 6 pack car­ri­er box design.»

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Packaging design: Little Blue Pot

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«The story of how soph­ist­ic­a­tion and jam met. Little blue pot is a state­ment recog­nised by hedon­ists, gour­mands and all of those who enjoy food on the exclus­ive basis.»

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Packaging design: Castello di Querceto on Packaging of the World

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«Cas­tello di Quer­ceto had everything that one could want in an Itali­an pro­du­cer — fam­ily-owned for five gen­er­a­tions, a 13th-cen­tury castle, high-qual­ity vine­yards and wine­mak­ing. Yet, brand sales had been declin­ing for sev­er­al years. It was clear that Querceto’s pack­aging wasn’t effect­ively com­mu­nic­at­ing their qual­ity and brand story.»

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Packaging design: Announcing The Dieline Awards 2016 Winners

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«Now in its 7th year, The Dieline Awards 2016 presen­ted by Nee­nah Pack­aging is an inter­na­tion­al design com­pet­i­tion recog­niz­ing the world’s best con­sumer product pack­aging design. It exist as a way for both design­ers and soci­ety at large to more eas­ily recog­nize the value of innov­at­ive pack­aging in every­day life.»

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Packaging design: The Mill (Student Project)

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«Josey Baker Bread and Four Bar­rel Cof­fee came togeth­er to cre­ate The Mill. Their cafe is loc­ated in Alamo Square in a nat­ur­ally lit, open space. In the col­lab­or­at­ive and com­mun­al spir­it, no wifi and out­lets are avail­able inside the cafe. This is to encour­age real life inter­ac­tion and give us a break from our fast-paced, tech­no­logy driv­en lives.»

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Packaging design: Finest Kind Tea — Mixers & Modifiers

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«Jay Lom­bard had two tra­di­tions he wanted to hon­or with his rebranded tea-mix­ers. He sought to weave an homage to his family’s his­tory as mari­time mer­chants with a timeline-trib­ute to tea. Jay hoped a new look might inspire con­sumers to give the product he developed as a health­i­er altern­at­ive to sug­ary sodas a second glance before rolling past it down the aisle.»

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