Showing posts from January, 2020

Neat Dog Food Packaging

The global pet food market is growing being driven by factors such as the integration of pets in our families and focus on pet health. In addition, increase in ownership of pets in developing nations and rise in e-commerce sales offer opportunities for the market players. However, concerns about pet obesity and pet food recalls by companies drive the consumers to smaller producers that built healthier and more natural products. This white dog food packaging design is focusing on just that: the purity of the ingredients that are represented in clever illustration. Being created for smaller breeds it has a Yorkshire terrier in the spotlight. Did you know? Dogs were probably the first tame animals. They have accompanied humans for at least 20,000 years. Scientists generally agree that all dogs share a common wolf ancestor.  What was the first breed of dog in the world? Saluki. Through DNA evidence

Pumpkin the bishop?

Our new illustration for packaging is representing a pumpkin that plays the role of the chess bishop. A bishop is a piece in the board game of chess. Each player starts the game with two bishops. Bishops are usually considered slightly better than Knights because they move faster. The bishop has no restrictions in distance for each move, but is limited to diagonal movement.  When chess was introduced into Western Europe the design of the pieces began to be modeled on the people found in a Medieval Court. The Bishop was the religious representative at Court.   The king at the top of the hierarchy had the ultimate power if and only if the church (bishops) and the knights (generals) land him such a power. Did you know? A pumpkin is a winter squash that is round with smooth, slightly ribbed skin, and most often deep yellow to orange in coloration. Health benefits: reducing the risk of cancer protection against heart disease decrease the risk of obesity regulatin

Canned Vegetable Packaging

Tomatoes are a great fruit, so sweet and nutritious. They have many health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer. They are also a great source of vitamin C, potassium, folate, and vitamin K. In spite of being rich in nutrients like vitamins, minerals, protein and fibers, tomatoes are low in calories so they are good for weight loss. Is a Tomato a Fruit or a Vegetable? The daunting question actually has an answer—it's both! Tomatoes are fruits that are considered vegetables by nutritionists.  All cooks love them and we would like to use them during the entire year so the canned version has great advantages. Anyway research has shown that, eating cooked tomatoes is more nutritious than eating them raw.  For this canned vegetable packaging design we tried to put the spotlight on the star: THE TOMATO.   Did you know? All canned tomatoes are comprised of two tomato varieties: standard garden vine tomatoes and plum tomatoes. Whole tomatoes are bet