Apr 1, 2010
"Laundry detergent packaging concept, designed for a class assignment under the "One of many" idea, so you can take home not just a box, but a part of an experience.
This great laundry detergent is to be sold on those every-day laundromats, designed for young, fun-loving, mess-making kind of people, living on their own.
The concept is "Clean Clothes For Dirty People" - inspired by the washing machine drum structure, soap bubbles, new found sexy chic of laundromat and urban living."
Designer: Lee Coren
Mar 29, 2010
Can of Inspiration
"The kind of doing we do is as limitless as the human imagination. An idea can be artful or practical, commercial or cultural. It might lead to a better mousetrap or transcend all previous human experience. Good ideas are precious things, The Department of Doing is here to make it happen.
Directions: Add 1% invisible inspiration to 99% perspiration for the original, Thomas Edison inspired formula - and get the job done! Once opened, content will infuse the local atmosphere. Caution required in confined spaces to avoid over-stimulation. Invisible inspiration from the Department of Doing is the finest you can buy and limited production. Use sparingly."
Country: New Zealand
Mar 24, 2010
"Designed by Andrew Kim, the Eco Coke Concept is made of 100% organic material (sugar cane byproducts to be more specific). One big feature about this design is that it is much more collapsable, making it more condusive to carrying to a recycling bin. Hopefully we’ll see this in the market sooner than later."
Designer: Andrew Kim
Mar 1, 2010
"The “Salt&Pepper Cell” shakers belong to the “I’m not product series” by Antrepo Design. They previously gave us the Minutuner, which was an awesome design for a clock. While that one confused us to believing it’s a Radio Tuner, the Salt&Pepper Cell serenade as a pair of whimsical D size battery. Fashioned from stainless steel and glass, the power indicators on the sides correlate to the amount of spices left in the shakers, before refill time. The Red&Turquoise and Black&white color options look fantastic!"
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Designer: Cansu Cender
Jan 29, 2010
"The aim was to create a unique gift to give our clients at Christmas and to act as a new business introduction. It needed to remind them of who we are and the long hours that we put into our work. It needed to feature all of our staff, reflect our creativity and sense of humor. The print run was 5000 labels.
We obtained high quality cleanskin wines and created our own labels. Each label was based on one staff member. It included a number of facial features and the client is encouraged to BYO - Build Their Own. The wine and the label is the perfect substitute for when the real thing cannot be there."
Agency: The Creative Method
Designer: Narani Kannan
Jan 17, 2010
Dec 24, 2009
The Idea: In order to demonstrate the typical character of the wool at first sight, faces were printed on the labels around the balls of wool as a winter special. The packaging therefore communicated the main use of the yarn: it is perfect for scarves and hats.
The Result: Sales figures and even orders over the web rose in such a way that promotion was successfully extended for another 6 weeks.
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Via: Ads of the world