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Siri Sriracha Sauce

André Moreira created a colorful pattern driven packaging for the original chili hot sauce, Siri Sriracha Sauce. Each sauce comes a tin container letting the silver of the tin play with the colors on the packaging. 

(Source: The Dieline)

  • Posted 1 month ago
  • June 5th, 2014

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Static Coffee Espresso Republic

Pasadena branding firm, Farm Design, partnered with Espresso Republic for the launch of their new Static coffee and espresso. Espresso Republic wanted to create coffee packs that exuded the high quality of the beans held inside. 

(Source: The Dieline)

  • Posted 3 months ago
  • April 15th, 2014

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J&B Real Tattooed bottles

J&B Rare scotch blend whisky was born in London second part of XIXth century  from famous wine and spirits merchant Justerini & Brooks  willing to create its own house whisky. It is exactly at the same period that tattoo started to spread through London, after the trend coming from Royal Navy sailors used to come back from distant travels sporting tattoo, finally reached British upper class when Prince Bertie (later Edward VII) was first tattooed in 1862 before to spread over all Great Britain and Europe…

As a celebration of this origin they decided to tattoo 25 bottles for real.

(Source: behance.net)

Adnams Whiskey 

The striking bottle design has been created by CookChick Design. Lee Cook comments: “Designing Adnams’ Whisky has been an opportunity for us to establish a fresh new direction for hand-crafted English Whisky. We were keen to create a strong voice for this new category and not be constrained by the traditional approach of Scottish and Irish brands.”

(Source: The Dieline)

  • Posted 7 months ago
  • December 4th, 2013

321 Likes & Reblogs

BeeHive

Seattle-based graphic designer Lacy Kuhn has created super cute packaging for the National Cereal Corporation. They plan to launch the Heartland line, which celebrates breakfast cereals as an all-American food—each flavour in the collection would be named after a state’s nickname. 

(Source: lacykuhn.com)

  • Posted 8 months ago
  • November 29th, 2013

515 Likes & Reblogs

Brew York City

Designer Jeffery Rauli has created a beautiful packaging for Brew York City. Brew York City is a growler bar where customers can fill growlers with dozens of different beers in drug stores. Giving it the motto, ‘growler refill counter,’ consumers came in bought a jug and a service personel will be there to served them the measurement of beer they wanted to buy. 

(Source: The Dieline)

Northcoast Brewery

Designer Taylor Goad has created a  fictional bottle design for Northcoast Brewery. The design is stripped down to basic, geometric shapes to reflect the brewery’s use of only necessary, premium ingredients.

(Source: taylorgoad.com)

  • Posted 8 months ago
  • November 6th, 2013

252 Likes & Reblogs

The OTC Brewery

James J. Miller Design was tasked to design the packaging for The OTC Brewery. The OTC, or “Off the Clock” Brewery is an independent craft-beer brewing company to be located in Bellingham, WA. Good design with great copy. 

(Source: The Dieline)

  • Posted 9 months ago
  • October 23rd, 2013

958 Likes & Reblogs

Pastor Winery

Kissmiklos created the identity and packaging design for Pastor Winery.

I find my self more often than not purchasing products I’d probably never use or buy based off the beautiful typography or packaging of the product it’s self. Have you ever done the same? If so what was it?

(Source: The Dieline)

  • Posted 9 months ago
  • October 17th, 2013

564 Likes & Reblogs