Danny Skinner

Graphic Communication with Typography student at Plymouth University
Designed by Lavernia Cienfuegos
“This is a range of wines that Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize offers within its own brand “365”, which includes simple, everyday products at affordable prices. The cork is a sign of humility, an object of little value, often used as craft material, as a simple and easily manipulated element with which to play and create. The use of cork gives it the air of something simple, typical of an everyday product. The cap is the element that unifies and personalizes the whole range. The motif designed for each label refers to the country of origin.”

Designed by Lavernia Cienfuegos

“This is a range of wines that Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize offers within its own brand “365”, which includes simple, everyday products at affordable prices. The cork is a sign of humility, an object of little value, often used as craft material, as a simple and easily manipulated element with which to play and create. The use of cork gives it the air of something simple, typical of an everyday product. The cap is the element that unifies and personalizes the whole range. The motif designed for each label refers to the country of origin.”

T | Maria Milagros Rodriguez Bouroncle

Now this was something I stumbled upon by mistake as I found the first image really intriguing. Originally, I thought it was perhaps a chocolate box but when I ventured further the concept was made very clear. I absolutely love the fact that its very concealed but the tea bags are concealed in these packages which almost remind me of flowers? Anyway, the whole thing as a whole is amazing, I love it! 

(The website I found was in French so I gathered that perhaps the designer or even the name of it is Maria Milagros Rodriguez Bouroncle but im not 100% sure!!)

I found this the other day and immediately fell in love with the idea. The fact it’s so simple but i’ve never seen it made. I’d certainly buy a juice box like this just to have it in my room as a momento! I’m sorry I dont know who the designer is or who makes it but i hope you like it just as much as me!! 

I found this the other day and immediately fell in love with the idea. The fact it’s so simple but i’ve never seen it made. I’d certainly buy a juice box like this just to have it in my room as a momento! I’m sorry I dont know who the designer is or who makes it but i hope you like it just as much as me!! 

I found this quite a while ago and love the design of the packaging. I have no idea who designed it, but obviously its for John John Crisps! Love it!

I came across these bags and found them really intriguing! Really nice use of folding and completely unique.

I came across these bags and found them really intriguing! Really nice use of folding and completely unique.

Designed by Tom Hayes

“Proper BBQ, enabling fine gentlemen to get messy. The range of products are essentials for the BBQ mad gentleman or the lavish messy hungry man, they were designed with a big bold punchy flavor in mind. Each product allows the user to get crazy and splash some charisma into their food, allowing each item to be generously applied.”

Designed by Frank Aloi

“I was approached by the award winning team at South Australian based Udder Delights, to create a brand identity for their new range of cheese, Divine Dairy. Located in the pristine Adelaide Hills and sourcing local milk from local dairies, the artisan cheese maker that prides itself on quality, wanted a design to capture the rural, traditional and hand crafted methods used to create their ‘French Style’ product. The colour usage identifies each cheese, adds a modern touch to a traditional design and helps to establish a powerful and memorable brand in the market place. It continues to build with the product already selling well in gourmet stores, fruit and vegetable shops and independent grocers nationally.”

Set of jars from Atipus

Set of jars from Atipus

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Two Step Cider

package design by Rudi De Wet


Client: Mountain Goat Beer
Agency: Freeform
Creative Director: Richard Overall
Art Director: Tyson Sheean
Agent: The Jacky Winter Group
Photographer: Willem-Dirk du Toit