Believe Design Magazine

Believe Design Magazine

Believe Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Tsingtao

By adjusting the typeface, the Tsingtao logo has been upgraded, adding elements like a cast matching with a gold and wooden texture. A family-crest-like totem is created, offering an authentic historical touch. The illustration is recreated from a Gold Certificate won by Tsingtao from the 1906s Beer Championship in Munich; composed of lilacs, wheat, butterflies, beer barrels and the goddess Hestia; from afar, sits the Tsingtao factory, museum, brewing masters in carriages and another goddess.

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Pepsi Expo 2020

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Pepsi Chinas People Daily New Media

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Yamamotoyama

Yamamotoyama is one of the oldest and most established tea merchants in Japan. It has been the first to sell Green tea today. With the concept of Return to the origin of Edo, Nosigner have redesigned the packages to keep the traditional tea culture alive and pass it on to the future. To make them modern while retaining the charm of the long history brand, Nosigner referred to the traditional colors and structure of the scrolls with Yamamotoyama's original small crests and the calligraphy style of Edo.

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Pepsi Football

Pepsi celebrated the NFL in Mexico with a limited time offer can series that harnesses the power of the game. The approach dramatices the athletic power of the players and celebrates four NFL teams. The visual language heroes illustration within a design that showcases the passion of the national football league. The design reflects the strength and endurance of players and the pure emotion that keeps fans engaged in all game season.

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Winetime Seafood

The packaging design for the Winetime Seafood series should demonstrate the freshness and reliability of the product, should differ it favorably from competitors, be harmonious and understandable. The colors used (blue, white and orange) create a contrast, emphasize important elements and reflect brand positioning. The single unique concept developed distinguishes the series from other manufacturers. The strategy of visual information made it possible to identify the product variety of the series, and the usage of illustrations instead of photos made the packaging more interesting.

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