Believe Design Magazine

Believe Design Magazine

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

 

Japanese Sake “KOI”

This package is for Japanese Sake, which is called "KOI". Koi is a vividly patterned ornamental carp that represents Japan. Our package expresses the beauty of Koi, the red patterns directly printed on white porcelain bottle which resembles in the shape of carp. By cutting out the outer box in carp silhouette, it visually emphasizes the image of Koi. Japanese brush stroke technique is used on those red patterns. This vivid designed package will not only stand out in the store, but also can be an art piece to decorate your room after you enjoyed the Sake.

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Svalbardi

Svalbardi is harvested from icebergs freshly calved off glaciers in the remote Polar region of the Svalbard archipelago, 1000 kilometres from the North Pole. The pristine ice, up to four thousand years old, melts into water so pure it is almost mineral free. The design had to convey the unique source and purity of the water. Keeping the graphics to the minimum allows the bottle and water to evoke the stillness and beauty of this Arctic landscape. The addition of a gift tube is unusual in the bottled water market and singles out Svalbardi as a unique purchase.

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SCW Chocolate

Salzburg Chocolate Werks is a special edition that is designed for celebrating the 100th year anniversary. The packaging design was inspired by Egon Schiele’s distorted human body figure drawing. Its precise form allows the packaging to be both displayed unlimitedly straight and nested into the hexagon box. When packing the three chocolate flavors that consumer chooses, the holes of the box give them a confident feeling to the products without unwrapping it. Moreover, the color combination creates a unique identity.

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Barb Perfume

Barb is a perfume brand for men, which stands out against others on the market crowded with trendy and glossy flasks. It reflecs the man’s personality, savage power and courage. The brand has fluid identity and do not use logo in its common sense, for it contradicts the philosophy of Barb, the philosophy of free and fearless spirit. Barb doesn't hang tags and doesn't attach anybody to the brand. The man, himself, is the brand. Barb is the absolute extension of it's owner's personality.

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Williamson Tea Elephant Caddies

Springetts were asked to develop a range of gift caddies for Williamson Tea and transform its elephant branding into a unique three dimensional icon. The distinctive shape gives the brand strong on-shelf presence and powerfully links the caddy with the brand logo (an elephant). The launch of a range of elephant caddies, each with different graphics and characters, allowed the brand to appeal to a wider audience and for the caddies to become collectible items.

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Pepsi MetLife Stadium

As Super Bowl XLVIII came to the New York area in 2013, Pepsi aimed to give fans a grand entrance into Met Life stadium. Pepsi set out to create an experience that would engage fans in an unexpected and dynamic way. As a key landmark, it was important for the Pepsi Gate to drive locational awareness for fans. It was also imperative for Pepsi to develop a visual presence that was in-step with its new global visual identity system that was simultaneously rolling out around the world.

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Amazing design. Good design. Best design.

Good designs create value for society. Everyday we feature a special design project that demonstrates excellence in design. Today, we are pleased to showcase an award-winning design that makes a positive difference. We will be featuring more great and inspiring designs daily. Make sure to visit us everyday to enjoy new good design products and projects from greatest designers worldwide.

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