Showing posts from November, 2019

The Rook Radish

The rook is a piece in the game of chess resembling a castle tower. Each player starts the game with two rooks, one on each of the corner squares on their own side of the board. In general, rooks are stronger than bishops or knights. Two rooks are generally considered to be worth slightly more than a queen. Rooks and queens are called heavy pieces or major pieces, as opposed to bishops and knights, the minor pieces. Being an important piece in chess, the rook made us think of roots, of offering stability. So our new illustration for the rook is inspired by a vegetable that has a strong root and a spicy taste: the radish. Did you know? Radishes can be categorized into four main types such as red, pink, white, gray-black, or yellow radishes, with round or elongated roots. It most likely originated in the area between the Mediterranean and the Caspian Sea. It may come from the wild radish in southwest China. It is possible that radishes were domesticated in both Asia and Europ

Current Cereal Packaging Design

The global breakfast cereal market size is anticipated to witness significant growth during the next period, due to increasing demand for convenient and healthy breakfast options. North America has the largest share in the world, but is slowly being challenged by Asia , Europe , and Africa. This are a few trends that help the sales grow: Health benefits  New fun flavors Marketing beyond breakfast Add other ingredients Paying attention to packaging Because packaging plays a crucial role in consumer choices lots of companies try to remain current and up to date.  The proposed cereal packaging design is capitalizing on this trend and offers a clean box that makes the cereal the star of the show. Did you know? In 1863, James Caleb Jackson, a religiously conservative vegetarian who ran a medical sanitarium in western New York, created a breakfast cereal from graham flour dough that was dried and

Cup Design

In ancient Mesopotamia, cups were made for a variety of purposes, possibly including the transportation and drinking of alcoholic beverages. In England, cups have been discovered which date back to several thousand years. A coffee cup may also be a disposable cup in which hot beverages, including coffee, can be contained. Disposable coffee cups may be made out of paper or polystyrene foam. At coffee shops, paper cups are commonly used to give beverages to customers on the go. A new alternative trend sees consumers purchasing reusable coffee cups instead of disposable cups as a more sustainable approach to coffee consumption becomes more popular.  Cups are also very trendy for ice cream stands. As ice cream grew in popularity in the 19th century, roving vendors began selling it on city streets in a variety of cups and containers. Cup design is very important because it is part of the branding strategy. It usually shows company logo and also a catchy design to make the custo

Polished Supplement Packaging Design

The global dietary supplement market will flourish between 2019 and 2027. In terms of revenue, the market is expected to generate a value of $2389.71 million by 2027. Supplements are a natural way of boosting immune system and a cost effective way of keeping yourself healthy.   The dietary supplements market represents a highly competitive landscape. That's why the supplement packaging design plays a key role in attracting customers and creating a loyal clientele. For this supplement packaging design we chose a white background that allows the bright orange selected to pop even more. The black bottle creates a striking contrast and the organic logo ties the entire composition. The whole supplement label design is clean and allows the customer to discover in a glance the health benefits of this amazing product. Did you know? Curcumin is a bright yellow chemical produced by Curcuma longa plants