“Granell coffees are roasted next to the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by the fine weather, sun and scents that shape the Spanish spirit: joy, warmth, passion and spontaneity. In order to take advantage of these values, specially relevant for the international market, we created a unique proposal for them under the claim “Roasted the Spanish way”. We conjointly built a strategy and speech that would leverage on the attractive of Spain and the Mediterranean, that would be then translated into the design of a new website, brochure and a new line of products called “Mediterranean blends”, which packagings were conjointly designed with illustrator Charlotte Molas.”
As if anyone ever needs a reason to pop open a bottle of bubbly! This new champagne from Veuve Clicquot, called Naturally Clicquot, comes in 100% recyclable packaging made from paper and the skins of grapes used the make the champagne itself. Being committed to using environmentally responsible innovations in packaging, we saw them use potato starch as a main ingredient in packaging back in 2013 and 2014.
“A step further in the approach of eco-responsibility, from the house of Veuve Clicquot. With our wonderful grapes we create our unique champagne. Then, we transform the grape’s skin into a bio-based material in order to create our new innovative packaging.”
“Because the exceptional quality of our wines is largely due to the precious terroirs from which they are produced, environmental concerns have always played an integral part in our striving for innovation and excellence. Each step of the wine production process is meticulously conducted to ensure that the vines are treated with the utmost care and that the production processes have as little impact as possible in terms of consumption, emissions and waste. ”
As consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the waste they and the products they buy create, Veuve Clicquot is a standout. The trusted champagne will only face gaining more loyal customers with such an environmentally-friendly initiative. Naturally Clicquot communicates the change in packaging right on the box with a large graphic of hanging grapes on one side and an outline of the bottle on the other, all while keeping Veuve Clicquot’s elegant style.
Design and development of image and brand products for TOCC (The Oaxacan Coffee Company, organic coffee, planted under shade delighting your palate with its strong flavor, from San Miguel Talea de Castro, Oaxaca, Mexico. A product designed and developed for all those who visit Oaxaca and want to carry with them a small part of this beautiful city, "take a piece of Oaxaca here" — "Llevas una parte de Oaxaca aquí".
There are 31 million possible label outputs from 31 designs.
Individualized packaging seems to be the latest trend for beverage giants like Diet Coke and Absolut, and now Bud Light is getting in on the action and bringing it to the U.S. The beer behemoth created 200,000 different cans, variations on 31 designs, using vertical-printing technology from HP.
Starting today, the cans will be available to attendees of the Mad Decent Block Party, a music festival that will hit cities across the U.S. and Canada over the next few weeks and run through September.
"The [individualized cans are] very much in line with what Bud Light wants to do for millennials," said Alex Lambrecht, vp of Bud Light. "We know they want something unique and an unexpected experience, and I feel that they will be so surprised and inspired when they order a Bud Light and get these cans."
Bud Light was looking for an opportunity to amplify consumers' experience with the brand and to put that innovation in their hands, according to Gina Bazigian, packaging innovations manager at A-B InBev.
"That's where the packaging came in," said Bazigian. "So, we partnered with HP. Instead of printing these cans through conventional printing, we leveraged their HP Indigo digital-press technology, and what makes that significant is that we also used their HP SmartStream Mosaic algorithm."
The algorithm tweaks each can design based on parameters set by Bud Light. "Each time we've printed a label out they're a little bit different, and that allows us to get 31 million possible label outputs from those 31 designs and ensures that no two cans printed are alike," said Bazigian.
Lambrecht said it's the first time such technology is being used in the U.S. market.
"And this is really tapping into the desire for millennials to have a unique experience," he said. "All 200,000 cans produced will provide 200,000 different experiences."
Bud Light's internal creative team partnered with Virtue Worldwide, VICE's in-house creative services agency and Diplo's L.A.-based record label Mad Decent to create the cans. Mad Decent's team created four custom cans; the 27 other designs were done by various artists.
With the initiative, Bud Light is testing whether consumers will get excited about individualized cans. "There will be more initiatives in the future," said Lambrecht. "What the scale will be, we are exploring."