Clever new work from Serbian design firm Peter Gregson:
“PG developed concept and visual identity for new nut packaging called WANTED (pistachios, cashew nuts and peanuts). The aim of this project was to create an eye catching and funny package for the most desired (wanted) products. Each product has a warrant for a wanted person – ingredient on the front. For instance cashew nut is an Indian. In a Serbian cashew nut is translated as Indian nut, which explains the turban.”
There seems to be a growing trend of limited addition bottle wraps for both non-alcoholic and alcoholic brands, hey we did it ourselves for Brazilian beer Brahma last year with great success. Here’s another brand’s version. Jones Soda company have produced Jones Jumble, which is a mix of four different flavours apparently half happened upon in the lab, and with it 3 different bottle wraps, which you must admit are beautiful and colourful.
The normal packaging for Jones Sodas is also nice, but has a completely different look and feel. Which makes me wander why the style disconnect on these wraps. Is it a good thing, or should a brand have a consistent look for all their products?
Check out Jones Soda and see some of the other products and packaging they have.
First found at the dieline
Last weekend we had our company summer do. This year was loosely based around a school outing. We stayed in a fab, but basic, bunkhouse in the middle of the peak district, had a pub quiz, went on a walk, dressed up in school uniform and had a generally lovely time together. Oh and there may have been some alcohol involved at some point. Here’s a few of the photos that we could share.
Tim’s Totties Pub Quiz team
Refreshing walk to get over hangover number 1
Chicago softball game in honour of our colleagues across the pond
The School Girls
The School Boys