Insect Inspired Cider Packaging Design

cider packaging designWe are going again to nature for inspiration. This cider packaging design is actually focused on the original logo design: the title has a special typography (font) created especially for this product that looks just like some roses thorns. And the main character of the logo is a caterpillar that is so "in love" with a pear.

The color chosen for the can is a strong blue so it makes a striking contrast with the insect and the fruit.

Cider has a long history in Europe. When Romans invaded England around 55 BC, they found that cider was already being enjoyed by the locals there. By that time, apple trees had long ago migrated from forests around Kazakhstan and were well established across Europe and Asia.

Cider has many health benefits:
  • Protection against cancer
  • Contains high level of anti-oxidants
  • Relives stomach aches
  • Has a lot of vitamin C and probiotics 
Did you know? Butterflies go through a life cycle. A butterfly has four stages in its life cycle.

Stage 1: Eggs

In the first stage a butterfly lays eggs.

Stage 2: Caterpillar (Larve)

The second stage is the caterpillar. A caterpillar is sometimes called larve. A caterpillar is a long creature, it looks like a worm. Most caterpillars have a cool pattern, this pattern has stripes or patches. The caterpillar is hungry once it has hatched, it starts to eat leaves and flowers.

Stage 3: Chrysalis (Pupa)

Stage three is the chrysalis. This is when the caterpillar is done growing. The caterpillar makes a chrysalis. This is the resting stage. It also is the changing stage when metamorphose happens.

Stage 4: Butterly (Adult) (Imago)

In stage four, the chrysalis opens. Soon a beautiful butterfly comes out. 


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