Showing posts with label package design. Show all posts
Showing posts with label package design. Show all posts

Monday, April 21, 2014

Empress Jumbo Towel Design

This is how the label for the Empress Jumbo and other kitchen towels looks. Later I will post the sell sheet for this product.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Empress Paper Plate Package Design

Empress Plate Label Mockup
This is the label I designed for 6" and 9" Empress paper plates. 
I'll post the sell sheet in an upcoming post.

Monday, September 30, 2013

Empress Bath Tissue Placed

I took this shot of the prototype to see how it worked in the environment that it would most likely to be seen in. Although this is more of a commercial product, I wanted the design to perform like it would on store shelves like in a retail setting.

Friday, September 6, 2013

Empress Bath Tissue Design

The design works great on two different configurations!
Label: exploded view.

This assignment was to design the bath tissue label and because it is a higher quality product, to have it's look nested in likewise competitors. The above photo is just a mockup, I should be getting the real thing soon! The one trick with this design though was to make sure that the label could accommodate two different size roll heights and be no more than a two color job.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Disposable Glove Box Design Concepts

Four concepts for a disposable glove brand that I developed as well as some of the other visual elements such as the icons featured below.

Concept 4 was my favorite because the look of it is the most high-end of the four.

Friday, November 30, 2012

Performance Plus Pink Soap Label Design

Performance Plus Pink Soap Label

Just a quick mock-up of the product with label that I designed. I had to alter the logo a bit from the original to work with this type of 1-color flexo-printing and I was limited to a matrix of some 12 colors to work with.

This was a pretty quick design all-in-all. Just a few hours I had to come up with an acceptable solution.

Not very sexy I know... but it met the goals and timeline of the client.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

GenROI Cream Packaging Artwork

From The Design Tracts

This piece was the high impact mailer that DMC did as part of an awareness campaign of its services. I had previously designed the logos for the piece. The concept was quite successful! And fun!

My years of packaging experience paid off on this piece.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Smartbox Packaging Concepts

From The Design Tracts

In an effort to update and rebrand Senario's Smartbox product line, I did numerous studies on what the packaging could look like -- rethinking the packagings present look.

These are several different ideas that I had presented to the client.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Pair of PDA's

From The Design Tracts

Back in the Senario/Podd Morrow days, I came up with the designs for these two different pdas when pdas were all the rage. The one on the left is in a clamshell, while the other is in a simple blister pack. Packages also feature product photography by me.

Each pda had a whole line of product that each of the packages represented. These designs had nice self presence when packed out against competing products at Target, Walmart and Shopko.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Nakamichi Racer Clamshell Packaging

From The Design Tracts

Before I designed the very slick packaging for QVC, I put together the retail versions which sold at Walmart, Target, and Shopko and elsewhere. I've never broken them out their packages and I don't know if I ever will.

Along with this assignment was the design of the logo. I'll post my concepts of that later in another post.

This package also features me as a hand model!

Nakamichi Racer Special QVC Packaging

From The Design Tracts
A few years back while working for Senario LLC, I was asked to design up this slick packaging concept for QVC to be sold as a special holiday promotion. Nakamichi Racers were among the first of the many 54th scale mini-remote control cars to be imported into this country when they were all the rage.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Senario Shredder Packaging

From The Design Tracts

From The Design Tracts

When I worked for Senario, I was given a line of shredders to design for.

The look of this line was to relate to a line of office consumer electronics that I had already set the graphic standards for.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Eliminator Package Design

From The Design Tracts

Sometimes you receive design jobs in which the product developer already has a pretty good idea in mind of what they want.

Such was the case with the Eliminator. A device that assists in the quick removable scratch-off on lottery cards. I put flesh onto his concept and primitive layout, while incorporating the pre-existing logo into the design.

Full production of product begins this week.

Find out more about the Eliminator.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Kobi and Obi Packaging

From The Design Tracts

One of my first major projects with Podd Morrow Design of Chicago, and for their client Senario, I had the Kobi Oki and Obi Tan boxes to tackle.

Kobi and Obi were interactive stuffed animals. You could "tickle" them and they would respond in kind.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Bunjie Hucksters & Holiday Shopping

From The Design Tracts

Sometimes the best design comes on the fly. The Bunjie Huckster packaging was once such program that I put together in a matter of hours, die-lines and all.I don't know what it is, but I can never complete my holiday shopping without waiting to the last moment. I am too picky. No gift is good enough and the prices always seem to high.
Just like with design and certainly with some projects over others.

Tight deadlines are at most times, this designer's best friend. I don't have time to shop, I must pick a direction, develop it and get it off my desk and to the client.