These powdery beverages are taking the mainstream market by storm, not only for sustainability measures but also for consumer convenience.
Hey, Maybe You Should Get Rid Of That Dead Lion Logo: Lyle's Golden Syrup Redesigns After Nearly 140 Years
Sorry, dead-lion-carcass-surrounded-by-bees fans. Lyle's Golden Syrup kinda-sorta changed their nearly 140-year old packaging.
Liquid Death is no stranger to headlines, but lately, it's not their hostile branding that's making an impact.
You asked, we listened. The awards deadline has been extended, but this is it.
Target rolls out yet another private label.
Otherway took inspiration from FARM SHOP's core values to create a packaging system that beautifully reflects the brand's ethos.
Reminder: you don't need to ship around water, and plenty of shower products do just that. Small Wonder (not the 80s sitcom about a robot girl) offers dry products for the bathtub.
Turner Duckworth’s Book 'I Love It. What Is It?' is a Design and Branding Anthology from Creatives Around the Globe
I Love It What Is It? is a look at Turner Duckworth's history through the lens of their best-known work via essays written by contributors like Moira Cullen, Morgan Flatley, Stan Musilek, and Stefan Sagmeister.
Platanomelon uses smart, sext-inspired design from Grande Studio to start a conversation about sex.
The grape juice giant wants you to know they’re more than just grape juice, and their bright new refresh puts all their offerings on a fruit salad platter.
What started as a thesis project in 2019 while studying at Parsons School of Design has turned into a vital creative community for Black women and non-binary creatives—and true to its name, Rememory Directory, it's a tool to revisit and reclaim narratives for Black women.
Supercult drew inspiration from retro Bollywood aesthetics, South Asian design motifs, and the eclectic vibes of West Coast music for West Coast Lassi's packaging.