Day of Design

Day of Design

Day of Design featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Beres Tokaj

The wine label design was inspired by the drop shaped logo of the winery's parent company. The company is a pharmaceutical company whose first product was the Beres Drops. The central element of the design is cut drop, which occurs as a continuation of two arcs. The arches symbolize the fertile hills of the area from which the wine was born, which appears as a drop. The line pattern represents the vine stocks. The base wines are colorful, youthful, the premium wines are more severe, distinguished by more subdued colors and metallic stamp foils from each other.

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Et Cetera Spumante

This design reflects the character of the product, which was a debut in the sparkling wine category for an already established producer. The design agency strived to implement a solution for the label shape, which would make it look like it's composed of three individual elements wrapped around the bottle. The brand's trademark serves as the focal point that makes all the elements come together in a minimalistic composition.

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Twisting Spirits

Twisting Spirits are IT geeks turned gin geeks, inspired by their data-driven background Lyon & Lyon wanted to apply it to the often traditional world of gin. TS's gins have very distinctive flavours, L&L ensured the consumer could experience each flavour before tasting it, by open sourcing their ingredient data. The labels are a result of representing every ingredient as a coloured bar, the more of it the bigger the bar. Each flavour is printed onto its own tactile embossed GFSmith Colorplan, so it feels like it tastes.

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INIT Fruit & Nut Bar

INIT is a new fruit and nut bar made of simple ingredients that taste great. The design features playful, upbeat and casual typographic elements and the ingredients are highlighted to communicate natural simplicity.

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BaanCha

BannCha is a unique, new brand of instant tea currently available in 5 popular, traditional Thai fruit flavours, each offering a genuine taste of the Land of Smiles. This delicious beverage tastes just like drinking juice freshly squeezed, straight from the fruit, and the packaging cleverly captures this concept by creating a stunning visual of half-sliced fruit which at the same time resembles a cup of tea. These 5 flavours are the beginning of an extensive range of exciting choices to come.

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Han sip

Interest in health care has increased due to environmental concerns. This brand wants to give healthy rest to modern lifestyle people whose are not easy to take care of their health. Traditional Korean cafe provides fruits tea that especially grew in Korea. Putting honey into the tea instead of syrup , it is more Korean traditional way to enjoy tea time.

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World's best designers, artists and architects.

Good design deserves great recognition. Everyday, we are pleased to feature amazing designers who create original and innovative designs, amazing architecture, stylish fashion and creative graphics. Today, we are presenting you one of the World’s greatest designers. Checkout an award-winning design portfolio today and get your daily design inspiration.

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