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The embellishment is a purple shrink wrap sleeve that covers the entire bottle.
The material was selected because the recyclability of the bottles was important to the company.
ZEO’s graphics have moved from understated minimalism to stylish boldness.
M&H worked closely with Bio-tiful Dairy to ensure that the design offered maximum convenience to the consumer.
Berghs School of Communication student Oscar Nilsson created this prototype for Fleur, a high quality rum with a hint of mint.
Armchair quarterbacks love grabbing a beer and cheering on their favorite teams, but those with Celiac disease are forced to pass due to dietary restrictions.
Popeye might seem an unlikely new entry to the energy drink market, but he was ripping open cans for extra oomph decades before the energy drink was even invented.
Flood Creative and the visual branding team at Unilever worked together on the naming, identity and packaging for this product.
Ommegang Brewery needed an updated brand identity with better shelf appeal for its line of beers.
BRANDPACKAGING’s packaging conference returned for a tenth year with a focus on a single message: Make It Matter.