Big Boss Palm branding and packaging, by Ayesha Sherriffs

United Arab Emirates-based designer Ayesha Sherriffs has created the branding and packaging for coconut soda water brand Big Boss Palm. Following its launch in Dubai in 2015, the coconut and vanilla flavoured, low calorie soda drink has now gone on sale in the UK. The visual identity and packaging aims to look “fun and chilled” […]

Carlsberg Black Gold packaging, by Kontrapunkt

Denmark-based studio Kontrapunkt has redesigned the packaging for Carlsberg’s Black Gold lager. The new packaging nods to the brand’s historic Black Gold bottles, with more saturated black and golden colours than the previous design. Kontrapunkt has also added a black top cap to the packaging to help the beer stand out on the shelves. The […]

Beatznikz Republic packaging, by Marcus Marritt

Illustrator Marcus Marritt has created a series of beer can designs for Beatzniks Republic, to mark its move to Manchester and the opening of its new brewery in the city. The visually striking, illustrated cans are part of an ongoing series as the brewery adds new flavours to its range; the latest being Tropic Fiesta […]

Hansine branding, by Accept & Proceed

London-based studio Accept & Proceed has created the visual identity and tone of voice for new fashion brand Hansine. Born from a love of travel, the brand’s identity takes inspiration from the stencilled monograms seen on vintage Louis Vuitton suitcases. Accept & Proceed has designed Hansine’s company business cards, retail bags and labels, which feature […]

Totally Thames festival, by various

Totally Thames – an annual festival celebrating the River Thames – is set to return to London this September with a series of events including installations, exhibitions, screenings and performances. This year’s programme is based around the issue of plastic pollution in rivers and oceans, and includes an installation by artist Maria Arceo called Future […]

Minute Maid rebrand, by Taxi Studio and Coca-Cola

Taxi Studio has created a new visual identity for Minute Maid, a juice brand owned by the Coca-Cola Company. Working in collaboration with the global design team at Coca-Cola, Taxi Studio was briefed to unify the company’s existing range of more than 1,000 juices under one identity, and allow for the range’s future expansion. The […]

D&AD New Blood Festival, by various

The Old Truman Brewery in East London has opened its doors for the 2017 edition of the D&AD New Blood Festival. The festival is showcasing some of the best creative work from more than 1,000 students at design colleges and universities all over the country. Spread across two days, the festival will also see talks […]

Redesigning plastics project, by various

A group of Central Saint Martins (CSM) students have reimagined the future of plastics for their graduate design projects. Briefed by Studio Into and recycling charity the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the students were asked to explore potential new materials, products, services and education programmes related to the future of plastics. Featured projects include coffee cups […]

Lucy Session Sour Ale, by Duffy

Duffy and illustrator Chuck U have designed the packaging for Lucy Session Sour Ale, and Peach Bum, which is produced by the Indeed Brewing Company. Both drinks are made with fruit flavours and the designs reflect this. They are rolling out now.

Cat selfie, by George Hill, for BPMA student Design Competition

George Hill, a design student from Loughborough University is the winner of the BPMA student Design Competition 2017 with his Cat Selfie widget. The BPMA Student Design Competition, asks students to imagine a merchandise product that a brand could give away. Hill commented “The BPMA competition was a great experience, it gave me a chance […]

Eat the Rich, by Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst has created a series of twelve screen prints, which use pharmaceutical packaging as a canvas for making comments about violence or force. It continues the artists long-standing fascination with the aesthetics of pharmaceutical packaging. Hirst says that medical packaging gives confidence with its minimalist packaging and perpetuates the modern fantasy “that everything can […]

Wing Wing branding and interiors, by The Plant

London-based consultancy The Plant has designed the branding and interiors for Wing Wing, a new Korean fried chicken and beer restaurant in Central London. Both the visual identity and interiors are rooted in the “vibrancy” and “energy” of Koren pop culture, says The Plant, featuring a bright colour palette and abstract patterns. The logo is […]

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