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10 Unique Coffee Packaging Design Inspiration

10 Unique Coffee Packaging Design Inspiration

We celebrate all kinds of design—from bootstrap first timers launching with eye catching bags, to brand collaborations with cutting edge design firms. We’ve featured over forty bags, boxes, and bottles from around the world and wanted to take a moment to look back at ten nice packages that take coffee branding and design to the next level.   Commonwealth Coffee, Denver Inspired by a vintage m... »

Keurig not eco-friendly

Keurig Packaging is Not Eco-Friendly: Coffee Crisis

We all love our morning brew that wakes us up, and that afternoon cup o’ Joe to get us through the last few hours of the day. Coffee is almost a necessity for some, but those Keurig one-serving cups we have all come to love may prove to be coffee’s biggest curse. In the last few years, it has been found that Keurig is not eco-friendly due to its un-recyclable packaging. The Problem Keurig, a Vermo... »

Minimalist Packaging from 2015

Minimalist Packaging from 2015

The minimalist packaging look appeals to many brands. It’s a selective creativity, using limited design elements to make an impact. While white space plays an important role in minimalist packaging, brands can still exercise their voice through typeface and color. However, minimalist packaging lends itself particularly well to products that market themselves as pure and natural. Therefore, a... »

Miss Saigon: Coffee Packaging and Branding

Miss Saigon: Coffee Packaging and Branding

Vietnamese illustrator and graphic designer, Nguyen Thanh Nhan, developed a beautiful branding for Miss Saigon coffee! He prefaces the project with; It is a little known fact that Vietnam is one of the worlds largest producer and exporter of coffee.  Not only have they perfected the cultivation of premium beans desired the world over their unique coffee culture is capturing the imagination (and ta... »

A Look at Brooklyn’s Smorgasburg Vendor Packaging

A Look at Brooklyn’s Smorgasburg Vendor Packaging

Smorgasburg is a weekend food market in Brooklyn, New York. The summer event hosts almost 100 vendors preparing wildly creative snacks, desserts and beverages. While the majority of vendors sell food and drinks to be eaten right away, some companies bottle up their products to be enjoyed at home. When admiring packaged products from Smorgasburg vendors, we get a taste of each company’s style... »

Duelicious Coffee Packaging

Duelicious Coffee Packaging

Studio Duel , a Dutch graphic design company, has teamed up with TropaCafe (Dutch as well!) to create a new coffee blend “Duelicious“. This unique coffee blend is made out of three sustainable plantations and it is locally roasted in The Netherlands. Their motto “Let’s Meet Over Coffee!”, is an inspiring message for people to come together and to talk about anything o... »

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America’s Favorite Coffee Spot gets a Package Redesign

By G+ Author: Elizabeth Sanchez. (old) About a month ago Starbucks revealed its new coffee bean packaging. The packaging is a tad different than Starbucks usual aesthetic in that it appears more vintage or old-fashion. An article on DesignTaxi lists the possible motives behind the redesign: To better represent the origins and heritage of its coffee blends, Starbucks has recently unveiled some attr... »

Atomic Coffee Packaging Trends 2013

Out of this World Atomic Coffee Packaging

By G+ Author: Elizabeth Sanchez. Atomic Coffee packaging was designed by Kyely Williams of New Zealand. The Dieline says of the packaging: Atomic Coffee Roasters, New Zealand  holds an incomparable passion for coffee in the New Zealand market but the previous brand personality failed to express it. After consultation with staff and stockists, the revitalized brand holds a larger than life ‘R... »

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Tiny Space, Great for Coffee-Stop: Design, Inspiration & Coffee Packaging

This coffee shop doesn’t “sweat the small-stuff”. In fact, they’ve become an inspiration. Along with their innovation of space, location, and design, the coffee shop’s simple black on white packaging does not fail to disappoint.  Add to that the “Smallest Cafe place in North America” tittle to their banner and they surely are poised for success. Not that t... »