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Gothic Wine packaging Design

For this red wine packaging design we tried another approach: a Gothic design.

All the intricate illustrations are handmade and they evoke the medieval era with its kings, cavaliers, castles, fortresses, specific architecture, convent books etc.

The logo design uses a special typography inspired by the letters used in Middle Ages writings.

Gothic Architecture is a pan-European style that lasted between the mid 12th Century and the 16th Century.

It is a style that flourished in Europe during the High and Late Middle Ages. It evolved from Romanesque architecture and was succeeded by Renaissance architecture. Originating in 12th-century France, it was widely used, especially for cathedrals and churches.

The Gothic style is based on a medieval aesthetic characterized by arches, vaulted ceilings, and small stained glass windows. The buildings are taller and more elegant, reaching to the sky.

In the early Middle Ages, mead, r…

"Inside the hive" Honey Packaging Design

For this exquisite honey packaging design we followed 2 distinct directions:
handmade illustrations with activities from the bee hivea special design for the jar done with Eco-friendly materials - wood & glass The life inside the hive is a fascinating world and we wanted to make the customers focus on this miniature univers so they can better appreciate the amazing product the bees are producing.

The black background puts the focus on the white custom illustrations that embellish the label.

For the practical side, the jar is marked so customers can follow-up the quantity for the remaining honey.

We very much understand and commend the beekeepers effort, we know they face many challenges lately like:
insecticide and misuse of pesticides are constraining the beekeeping good practicesthe health of the bee colony because of different diseaseshoney prices and market demandbad weather can be the blame for a lighter crop or de…

Chocolate Packaging Design Inspired By Ancient Doors

The size of the global chocolate market will increase between 2018-2023. This increase in market size will be attributed to an increasing demand for premium and seasonal chocolates during festive seasons. Consumers are increasingly preferring premium chocolates as gifts as they are more conscious about the brand and quality they consume.

Chocolate market segmentation includes:
white chocolatemilk chocolatedark chocolate or
everyday chocolatepremium chocolateseasonal chocolate
To address this high end demand, this original chocolate packaging design is taking its inspiration from doors design. See the project. Imagine an ancient wooden door in a stone castle wall. These doors are not just a panel that covers an opening in a building, room, they are a true statement, they show opulence and status.

Doors are the first line of protection of any structure. They serve as barriers to forced intrusions and they keep spaces private. In the ancient times, doors were also seen as status symbols. …