GDUSA’s American Package Design Awards is now open for entries through January 27, 2017. It’s scope includes packaging, labels, point-of-sale and instore graphics.
Auston Design Group of Emeryville CA developed a bold label for new malt liquor brought to the market by legendary rap artist E-40 aka Earl Stevens.
Perspective: Branding redesigns packaging for Cheez Doodles to focus on intense flavors and expanded products, including New York Mets Cheez Doodle Baseballs.
Boston Beer Co. has redesigned the logo and packaging for its signature brand, Sam Adams Boston Lager, the pioneering craft beer debuted in 1984.
Brandimage has design the packaging for a new perfume for men, Van Cleef & Arples in New York, in the art deco tradition.
Kodak redesigns its logo for the first time in a decade, opting to bring back the iconic “K” that was introduced back in 1971.
Hornall Anderson’s redesign of Progresso pays homage to the heartiness, wholesomeness and health-consciousness of the brand’s product line.
California design firm Strohl has created clean and modern brand and package design for a new fried chicken restaurant that features healthier and sustainably raised fast food.
FormNation, formerly Studio Jan Habraken, developed a fashion-forward look for haircare brand Uberliss.
Flood Creative designs packaging for healthy popcorn snack in Real Housewives of New Jersey episode.
Studio MPLS and Brown-Forman Global Design collaborate in a package redesign for the Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Collection.
To help high-end Universal Audio resonate with consumers in big box stores, CBA created used ultra-realistic photography to communicate a brand message that words could not.
Craig Calsbeek takes plain box packaging to a sophisticated look in collaboration with Aquatech art director Phil Gallagher.
Most mapping apps take you the shortest route but Oglivy’s and Sanpelligrino’s Delightways app takes you in more delightful and delicious directions.
Subplot Design designed the label for a new product offering from Old Yale Brewing of British Columbia.
Senior graphic designer at Brown-Forman Kate Stites talks about the process of designing gift boxes for premium brands and her new work for Chambord.
Sagmeister & Walsh’s new graphic language of spheres and circles gives Appy Fizz a ballsy brand image.
FoldedColor’s web-to-carton package design solution makes it a finalist in the Edison innovation awards.
Kate Stites, Senior Graphic Designer at Brown-Forman, discovers a new solution for Jack Daniel’s gift set package design.