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10July

TNT Global Manufacturing creates the cap of Jean Paul Gaultier’s Scandal

TNT Global Manufacturing creates the cap of Jean Paul Gaultier’s Scandal

TNT Global Manufacturing has developed the first cap of Scandal, Jean Paul Gaultier’s new feminine fragrance. It was a technical challenge that the company took up to meet Puig’s requierements to make this zamak cap in one piece.

This beautiful electroplated Champagne gold cap is the result of a complex production process: it has required a complex mold kinematic to unmold it carefully. Ultimately, the polishing of the piece was done in multiple steps, for a perfect finish.

Zamak suits particularly to the perfume, cosmetics and make-up industry, thanks to its many properties: stability, malleability, resistance, hardness and skin tolerance.

Publicado en Fragrances, Innovation

05July

Russian Standard Fabergé Limited Edition with sleeves produced by CCL

 Russian Standard Fabergé Limited Edition with sleeves produced by CCL

Roust Group launches a limited edition of Russian Standard vodka in the US and Canada. The upcoming launch is the second in a series of Fabergé inspired limited editions.

Roust authorised long-term supplier CCL to produce the Fabergé inspired sleeves. They were printed at CCL King’s Lynn in the UK.

The inspiration behind this series of limited editions is the work of the Fabergé family – especially Peter Carl Fabergé – who is best known for the Imperial Easter Eggs made from precious metals and gemstones.

The full-body decoration allows the complex design to span the whole bottle, giving it a 360° high-quality appearance. The Shrink Sleeves were printed in rotogravure and finished with lacquer to visualise the brilliance of the metal and gems.

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Publicado en Innovation, Beverages

03July

Verallia honours the best packaging designs for oil and olives

Verallia honours the best packaging designs for oil and olives

Verallia's Glass and Creation Competition has already seen some winners. The top spot – accompanied by a grand prize of €2,500 – was taken by a project entitled “Trama" by María Torres. “La O liva”, by Gloria Díaz, Alicia Alonso and Laura Estévez won second prize, worth €1,300, while “Olives”, by Mario Aguirre, came a worthy third, winning €900.

“From The Olive To The Glass” was the slogan for this fourth edition of the Spanish contest, which celebrates original ideas realised by design students from some of the country's leading design schools. Their challenge this year was to create a different container for oil, olives, vinegar or pickles. A total of 80 projects entered the competition, which is growing in popularity by the year.

Designer Albert Puigdemont, CEO of the design studio Puigdemont Roca, headed this year's jury, along with fourteen other professionals from the world of glass packaging for food and drinks.

"Trama", by María Torres, currently studying Engineering in Industrial Design and Product Development at the School of Industrial Engineering (Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales – EII) at the University of Valladolid, takes home first prize and €2,500. María Torres also won the Facebook public award, amassing 740 votes.

Packaging inspired by the olive blossom as it buds. Its circular shape allows the user to grasp the bottle quite easily, whilst the small mouth is designed to be used in the same way as an oil cruet.

Second prize, worth €1,300, went to "La O liva", by Gloria Díaz, Alicia Alonso and Laura Estévez, also studying Engineering in Industrial Design and Product Development at the School of Industrial Engineering (EII) at the University of Valladolid. A pack comprising two containers: one for olives (150 ml) and another for olive oil (750 ml). There are several hollows on the surface of each container, designed to make them easier to grip.

"Olives", by Mario Aguirre from the Escola d’Art i Superior de Disseny in Valencia (EASD-Valencia) picked up a worthy third place, as well as €900. Designed to contain and conserve olives, pickles or vinegars, Mario's container has a number of advantages: incorporating small forks makes it extremely convenient to use anywhere, and it can be reused again and again.

For the first time, the winner will go on to compete in a large international final taking place in Paris on 30 November, joining the best designers selected from all the countries in which the Verallia competition is held. The winner will be able to opt for a cash prize or a training placement at the company.

The initiative gives participants the opportunity for their project to be developed by Verallia.

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Publicado en Innovation, Food

28June

A watercolour-inspired La Mer presentation box by MW Luxury Packaging

A watercolour-inspired La Mer presentation box by MW Luxury Packaging

La Mer invited previous collaborators MW Luxury Packaging to create a bespoke presentation box for its Revitalizing Hydrating Serum. 

The box is inspired by the pages of a children’s pop-up book. The pack exterior is a rigid hinged box. At first glance, its muted colouring and subtle blind deboss branding seem understated; in the right light, the blue speckled foil paper glitters ocean green, hinting at the beauty within. Lift the lid and an accordion of illustrated book pages spill out.

The pages were crafted using uncoated stock and conjure the feel of an Impressionist’s sketchbook. In place of a final page is a panel containing a removable mirror; when the box is fully opened, the mirror reflects the bottle of Hydrating Serum beneath.

More than a case, a magic box that transmits sensations and memories, a story to discover.

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Publicado en Beauty, Innovation

26June

Cyrano de Bergerac inspires the packaging created by Sand Creative

Cyrano de Bergerac inspires the packaging created by Sand Creative

Sand Creative was reponsible of the brand identity and packaging for Cyrano Armagnac 25 & 50 year old blends and a younger Armagnac called Roxane.

Inspired by the legend of Cyrano de Bergerac, the design features Cyrano's sword within the Logo which is written in a blackletter style. Supporting descriptive font Garamond also takes its influence from 17th Century French typographer Jean Jannon.

Other details include an illustration of the Sun representing the 'Sun King' Louis VIV who was the french monarch of the time of Cyrano de Bergerac. Around the edge of the labels, punctuated by gold quill pens runs one of Cyrano's famous monologues.

Cyrano de Bergerac is shown on the red seal facing away from us hiding his nose but still with a smile on his face.

Literature, creativity and armagnac linked by Cyrano de Bergerac in a packaging.

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Publicado en Design, Creativity, Beverages

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