Posts filed under ‘Package Design’
I heard about this concept some time ago, and I became very interested in the process. I was a bit skeptical about the ingredients used to make this, and if they were in fact created with real elephant poo. There are so many gimmicks these days trying to bank on the green message, but I was pleasantly surprised with these lovely paper products. This entire range of recycled stationery and gifts is made entirely from elephant poo. A percentage of the proceeds are helping fund elephant conservation projects and sanctuaries in Thailand. All of their products are 100% recycled and odor free. I think their designs are very stylish and chic. The company is called The Great Elephant Poo Poo Paper Company, but you can purchase their products from Nature’s World.
Images via Nature’s World
I noticed a few of these fantastic designs a few months ago, but I only recently re-discovered the name of the company. Ecojot is a range of 100% post-consumer recycled paper products from Canada. The designers only use bio-degradable inks and glues, all of their packaging is corn-based and none of the paper they use comes from new trees.
I really fancy their designs and other stationary products. However, I don’t know if you can purchase them in the UK. They do offer them at Whole Foods, but I haven’t seen them at my local branch. They would make the perfect designer gift. For more information visit Ecojot.com.
Photos via Ecojot
I am not really a big fan of Diesel clothing, but I sure do love their package and ad designs. I saw these while I was Christmas shopping, and just had to sit there and admire them. I will say this about Diesel, they sure do know how to make a graphic designer tear up in a good way.
Mrs. Meyer’s is a company dedicated to creating laundry, house and pet cleaning products made with essential oils and natural ingredients. Their products are biodegradable and phosphate-free as well. However, they do admit to using synthetics when they cannot find an ingredient suitable to their cleaning standards. Nevertheless, the synthetic ingredients used are very carefully chosen, and have a history of safety and efficiency suitable for the environments they are produced for.
The first thing I was attracted to when I found their products were the design. Their package design is fantastic. I love the typography on their bottles, and the use of color to distinguish between fragrance and product line. I haven’t found it here in the UK, but I have found great alternatives. I love their scents, and they are fantastic products.
I really love this company’s package design. I hear they are made from organic ingredients as well. I saw these a bit ago at an all natural store downtown, and recently found out they had quite a few products. My hair is a bit difficult. I hope they can do the trick. I’ll let you know my review.
I love these products and I love their fantastic package design even more. Choxie by Target are one of my favorite chocolate brands. Their design is beautiful and inspiring. I have always admired POM’s bottle design, and VOSS just has a fantastic bottle design. Pacifica makes an extraordinary product, and their package design is fantastic as well.
I ordered some shoes the other day from a company called Piperlime. They sell a large and fabulous collection of shoes and hand bags at very reasonable prices. I heard about the site from a former co-worker and just fell in love with it. However, I don’t believe I had ever ordered anything from them until very recently. When I received my order I was truly happy and not just because my order put together perfectly and arrived on time. The packaging and wrapping they did at Piperlime was truly fabulous. Check out their site as well. The design is beautiful and their selection is wonderful.