Source One Vodka is the reward of a journey obsessed with quality and sustainability. From the oat grains that are grown on the ranch to the snowmelt water of Sierra Nevada. It is this story that the studio narrated through thoughtful design of every element; from the pristine bottle structure to the typography inspired by the original type on the distillery building, to the illustration that invites you to discover the truth of Source One. The brand identity and packaging all serve to celebrate and honor the combination of radical transparency and considered craftsmanship.
The concept of restoring skin in new skincare products coincides with the zero burden of bagasse recycling, environmental protection, and ecological concept. From the product features of the 60-day food-grade limited shelf life of the 30-day skin improvement treatment process, 30 and 60 are selected as the visual recognition symbol of the product, and the three stages of use, 1,2,3 are integrated into the vision.
The packaging design for the Winetime Seafood series should demonstrate the freshness and reliability of the product, should differ it favorably from competitors, be harmonious and understandable. The colors used (blue, white and orange) create a contrast, emphasize important elements and reflect brand positioning. The single unique concept developed distinguishes the series from other manufacturers. The strategy of visual information made it possible to identify the product variety of the series, and the usage of illustrations instead of photos made the packaging more interesting.
Challenge was to create a feminine perfume product and packaging for the GCC and African markets. Conceptualized from the visual narratives of woman’s obsession and desire, representation for fashion, class, and luxury was translated into the concept for this product along with the name "Bonita". Designers took inspiration from the Hobo handbag as a metaphor to tell the story of a woman’s obsession and desire.
With its seventh series, Lifewtr sparks inspiration through the exploration of creators working in art and technology. As technology broadens the boundaries of possibilities within art and design, ninety two percent of art organizations agree that technology has made art a more participatory experience, which ultimately helps to diversify audiences. Lifewtr shines a spotlight on this timely cultural tension and three emerging artists, Sarah Ludy, Zach Lieberman, and Andrew Benson.
Black paperboard is carried out laser cut precisely, come out 12 pieces of differently designed monthly calendar cards, mounted each one in a slit of wooden cube. Each abstract object represents a scene or a moment in changing seasons in Japan, but regardless of age or nationality, inspire people free imagination. It is worthy for observation as a paper sculpture, perceive a sharp outline attractively at back light. In every moment, the casted shadow forms various shape different from the paper itself according to the light come in, add a little entertainment in everyday scene respectively.