Designed by Roderick Jensen, Barrell Craft Spirits is committed to bringing you the finest barrel-strength spirits, with each small batch being entirely unique. Each bottle is label with the craft distilled and barrel strenoth batch number giving a very personalized experience to each buyer. Look for batch 001 of Barrell Bourbon on shelves and online in early 2014.
Designed by Make and Matter - Yum Nuts is a line of organic nuts and trail mixes. I love the settle touches of sun-rays on the front of the packaging giving it consistancy throughout the line. Along with the bold typography in "Yumnuts" with the natural color palette definitely conveys the message of 100% natural.
Stranger & Stranger created a beautiful range of organic vodka for Hanson of Sonoma. Hanson is a family firm making grape vodka in California wine country and they pride themselves on their quality control to such an extent that every bottle is checked, hand labelled, numbered and signed by the three brothers.
The top label is beautifully set with a slight varnish. We absolutely love the bottom label with different fields for different custom elements to be stamp, numbered and sign, which reflects the quality and thought process that goes into each and every batch.
THIS IS IT: Full registration for the The Dieline Awards 2014 ends NEXT FRIDAY!
The 5th Annual The Dieline Awards are a worldwide competition recognizing the best consumer product Package Design. Entries are judged by a highly esteemed panel of industry experts, and awarded based on Creativity, Marketability, and Innovation. Debbie Millman, President Emeritus of AIGA and President of Design at Sterling Brands, serves as chairwoman of the judges.
42 winners across 13 categories will be awarded a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place award.
One Sustainable Packaging Award will be awarded by the judges to highlight innovative contributions to the field of sustainable package design. One Editor's Choice Award will be handpicked by The Dieline's founder Andrew Gibbs.
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Omnom Hand Crafted Chocolate is a collaboration between Óskar Þórðarson, Kjartan Gíslason, Karl Viggó Vigfússon and André Úlfur Visage. The project started in December 2012 with several formats and ideas. The packaging developed from a plain folded A4 wrapper, through various forms and stages, into the envelope box that it is today.
Omnom Hand Crafted Chocolate is a bean to bar chocolate producer in Iceland. They produce hand crafted chocolate from organic cacao beans, originating from the cacao fields on the island jungles of the Caribbean, South America, Asia and Africa.
Make & Matter was founded in 2011 by designer, Trina Bentley. Her goal was simple: To MAKE – design, create, explore and discover. And to MATTER – to our clients and the success of their brands. Located in Austin, Texas - known famously for their slogan "Keep Austin Weird" - the small studio and shop focuses on packaging design and building brands. Their design philosophy is simple and strategic and their work is considered, crafted. Their packaging and designs strives to make strong connections between design and people - and on boy, do they do!
Designed by Firmalt, Bouch Burger Bistro was created with the intent of perfecting the burger. Each burger has been carefully crafted to provide a unique and thoroughly enjoyable flavor.
The burger is created from the ground up, which means the bread, sauces and spices are made in-house to guarantee quality. The concept is inspired by small specialty butcher shops, where products are hand-picked to ensure the finest and freshest selection for their clients. It was important for the brand to represent quality products, with a certain charm and friendliness.
The packaging was designed having in mind that it had to be practical for transport (for delivery and pick-up), easy to use, and cost-effective. Measures were taken to optimize material, as well as intelligent use of tints & finishes to reduce costs to a minimal, and maintain presentation to a maximum.