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Seedlip Spice 94 created by Crown Packaging showcases a sleek and sustainable pack. A finalist in the PLD Innovation Awards, this stunning design elevates the sophisticated flavour profile and aspirational nature of Seedlip.
The can designs, using the botanicals in each flavour to form the head of an animal, are unique and iconic. The reflection properties of aluminium cans combined with transparent inks have been smartly used to enhance the luxury feel of the drink, making the cans truly stand out alongside others.
@quintapedraalta wanted to reinvigorate the entire brand with a new identity, new packaging and a much higher quality of wine. This is a beautiful design and a great finalist for our PLD Innovation Awards!
With a frosted effect bottle, a clean design, a touch of transparency and the use of a glass stopper, this is a “very beautiful product that plays on sight and touch” say the jury. Knowing that refreshment is a significant driver in terms of beverage choice, the heavily frosted glass bottle communicates the refreshment cues of the liquid.
Tubex has introduced its new real organic ink on its TOPcolours cans, which is a finalist in our ADF Innovation Awards.
The ink complements Tubex’s aim to offer its customers sustainable solutions in can manufacturing. The ink is completely free of mineral oil, palm oil, soy oil, and micro plastics which helps to preserve the rainforest. The binding agents are 100% pure natural resin and renewable. Finally, its odourless and free of solvents which eliminates waste and handling issues.
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