Packaging & Graphics

Tupperware Packaging

Credit: Design Guys

Client: Tupperware

Getting a chance to really show off its brand and new packaging graphics, the Tupperware Packaging system was created from scratch for products that had never been sold through retail outlets. The color system features the Tupperware brand cobalt blue and the iconography is the corporate headquarters' globe shaped fountain.

Contact: Steven Sikora,
Design Guys,
(612)338-4462;
steve@designguys.com

SuperiorBilt Tools Packaging

Credit: Hornall Anderson Design Works, Inc.

Client: Custom Building Products

The SuperiorBilt Tools packaging system is a vivid and in-your-face design that shows an aesthetic quality in a field usually devoid of aesthetics. The system solved packaging problems of the different shapes, sizes and needs for display of the SuperiorBilt tool line.

Contact: Christina Arbini,
Hornall Anderson Design Works,
(206)467-5800;
c_arbini@hadw.com

Wing Task Lamp

Using a design language that is unique and compelling, the Wing Task Lamp fits into Haworth's Jump Stuff Work Tools line with an asymmetrical lighting system that directs light sideways toward the work surface, reducing the shadows and glare of a normal desk lamp. The user can customize the orientation of the lamp and the amount of light reaching the desktop.

Contact: Bob Del'Vé,
Designworks/USA,
(805)499-9590;
bob.delve@designworksusa.com

Credit: Designworks USA

RIVIERA

Client: Brown Jordan

Classically designed and with a well-formed language, the RIVIERA line is a collection of leisure furniture for indoors and outdoors, including an armed dining chair, a lounge chair and ottoman, an adjustable chaise lounge and a love seat/sofa. The furniture is made of powder-coated aluminum frames upholstered with a hand woven resin. The units come in two colors, mahogany and blonde.

Contact: Richard Frinier, IDSA,
DesignResource,
(562)439-8119;
frinier@aol.com

Credit: DesignResource

Moen Revolution Showerhead

Client: Moen, Inc.

The design form is unctuous in nature and the functions are many. The Moen Revolution Showerhead spins each drop of water, and then twirls the entire stream from an environmentally friendly restricted-flow showerhead. The "Freedom Dial" allows the user to adjust the water delivery effect from a mist, a spinning stream to a spray or anything in between.

Contact: Michael E. Wurth, IDSA,
Moen, Inc.,
(440)962-2260;
mwurth@moen.com

Credit: DDStudio, Design Continuum, Philips Design, Robert Rabinowitz and Moen, Inc.

Medication Cart Line

Client: Lionville Systems, Inc.

Solving security issues combined with a functional ease-of-use interface makes the Medication Cart Line upgrade a success design story. Using a Pin code or key option for security allows for greater security, plus an inactivity period system automatically locks the cart. An easy to use front panel interface accesses both the security system and medication drawers.

Contact: Vincent Juliana,
Juliana Design Group,
(610)644-9589;
jdg1@voicenet.com

Credit: Juliana Design Group and Lionville Systems, Inc.

Balance Overhead Storage

The Balance Overhead Storage unit solves two traditional problems for office furniture: an easy opening and closing door that can be accessible from a seated position. The unit can be mounted to an office panel or wall, comes in multiple finishes and its space accepts A4 and foolscap paper size without being overwhelmed.

Contact: Steve J. Nemeth, Jr., IDSA,
KI,
(920)406-3503;
steve_nemeth@ki.com

Credit: KI

Tupperware Packaging

Client: Tupperware

Getting a chance to really show off its brand and new packaging graphics, the Tupperware Packaging system was created from scratch for products that had never been sold through retail outlets. The color system features the Tupperware brand cobalt blue and the iconography is the corporate headquarters' globe shaped fountain.

Contact: Steven Sikora, Design Guys,
(612)338-4462;
steve@designguys.com

Credit: Design Guys

SuperiorBilt Tools Packaging

Client: Custom Building Products

The SuperiorBilt Tools packaging system is a vivid and in-your-face design that shows an aesthetic quality in a field usually devoid of aesthetics. The system solved packaging problems of the different shapes, sizes and needs for display of the SuperiorBilt tool line.

Contact: Christina Arbini,
Hornall Anderson Design Works,
(206)467-5800;
c_arbini@hadw.com

Credit: Hornall Anderson Design Works, Inc.

Cross Ion Pen Packaging

Credit: Smart Design and Gregor Mittersinker

Client: A.T. Cross

No matter what product is in this case, the package and graphic design language is a pleasing and great aesthetic come-on. Targeting a youth/young adult market, which is a new sector for Cross, the packaging has two elements: a curvaceous hard-plastic case and an exterior cardboard box with eccentric proportions.

Contact: Jinny Kim,
Smart Design,
(212)784-4011;
jinny@smartdesignusa.com

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