Cool juice box designs for fruit juices. With a minimalistic approach to the fruit designs, I feel as if I crave fruit juice. Designed by Yunyeen Yong from Australia and Created by Jooze, a fictional fresh fruit juices company run. Great job and keep up the good work!
Speaking of innovative packaging ideas:
A Double Double dose of creativity
Here is a new take on portable purchased coffee. You have both cream and milk at your disposal as well as a built in handle for when your cup to too hot to hold.
Small, simple, easy to use and very creative.
We like our structural design concepts like we like our coffee:
Strong and thoughtfully brewed up.
So what do you get the president of a successful retail POS display company for his 50th? – A display of course.
In secret, the team brainstormed a few of his favourite things. And since a real Ducati was not in the budget, we opted for a more modest approach.
The Outstanding Merchandising Awards recognizes Cadbury Easter Retail Display
This modular arrangement of pre-pack displays and tilt back displays are bound together with festive arches. It’s easy to assemble and customizable. This allows retailers to build displays that suit their needs and expand them if necessary.
Congratulations to the Mondelēz, Cadbury team for winning Bronze.
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Check out our display.
Click the image below to see how we created it.
Reebok is a proud sponsor of BOKS. A fitness initiative powered by communities to empower parents, teachers, schools and local volunteers to give kids a body and brain boost that will set them up for a day of learning. This year, they set their sites on the Grey Cup with a large-format motion display to drive the message to the end zone.
The Grey Cup is the championship game of the Canadian Football League (CFL). This is one of Canadian television’s largest annual events, similar to the Super Bowl in the US.
This year, due to our wonderful partnership with the CFL, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and Reebok Canada was given a presence at the game in Vancouver.
Starting this month, McDonald’s restaurants will be introducing a new set of packaging featuring striking typographic treatments. It’s a departure for the fast food giant, but one that they hope will re-energize the brand.
Working with Chicago-based firm Boxer Brand Design, they have stripped down the packaging design of their bags, cups and boxes to highlight the brand’s core assets, which features the wordmark, golden arches, and menu items like the Big Mac.
Environmentally-friendly and strong
The Proprint Creative Engine was tasked with engineering a box and carton for this popular natural cleaning product. In addition, they were also asked to re-imagine the brand identity in retail. This is what they came up with: