Concepts We Wish Were Real
by Elizabeth Freeman on 10/17/2014 | 12 Minute Read
This week's selection of Concepts We Wish Were Real features projects that explore the realms of color and illustration with the effort to stand out from its competitors. Step inside the whismcial world of animated packaging. Check out these projects and share your favorite!
Teach Tea / Concept
Designer Tina Floersch has created a conceptual line of teas for a cause. Teach Tea uses transparent layers of watercolor to create dimentional technicolored clouds that scallop around the surface of the tin.
Via Tina Floersch / United States
Musso brings light and color to your pantry items with abstract markings found patterned all across its packaging. Designed by Judit Besze, the pink and green illustration gives energy and a fun, child-like element to the brand in efforts to promote how cooking is fun activity, especially amoung friends and family.
Via Judit Besze / Hungary
Themed Coffee Cups / Concept
These coffee cups, created by Alex Litovka, are literal translations of specific coffee types in character form. The white cylindrical cups are dressed in sleeves illustrated with figures that are associated with the beverage's origin and given a top hat inscribed with its name. The overall design is a playful interpretation thats equally striking as it is minimal.
The Remedy Kit / Concept
Via Alisha Bube / United States
Union Market / Concept
Via Jessica Martinez / United States
ugo yogurt packaging / Concept
This colorful yogurt triangle designed by Chenchen Hu is an easy on-the-go carton that offers an extra push to your morning breakfest. Packaged air tight in a cyclindrical tube, easy storage was concidered.
"This packaging design provides effective one-step solution for opening the packaging, pulling out the spoon and mixing yogurt with topping. Offering a simple and efficient experience when enjoy yogurt.
"Ugo", stands for "yogurt to go", features innovative packaging for yogurt that includes a functional spoon. With the spoon constructed into the packaging, consumers can enjoy yogurt anywhere without worrying about finding a spoon. The spoon also serves as the part that isolate the pure yogurt from flavored topping. The mixing process is so easy that it's done once the spoon is pulled out while opening the package."
Via Chenchen Hu
Citrus Drops / Concept
Citrus Drops, conceptualized by Alexandra Sperrazza, is an easy compact juicer for one. Designed specifically for mason jars, this extractor is mounted upon a paper drop and used as a three dimensional decorative pattern rich with brilliant color.
Via Alexandra Sperrazza / United States