A Series of Experimental Packaging Design Based on the Principle of Big Brand Theory

I am pleased to announce Daily Inspiration 3.0! You can read all about this new design in this post!
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In this post I have a great project created by Ewan Yap, a designer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Ewan has created a project that explores how ‘less is more’ for popular, well known beverage brands. For this project ‘The Big Brand Theory: Packaging Design’, Ewan designed a series of experimental packaging where the brands kept their influence while keeping their designs simple and minimalistic. The main focus was to have each brand’s identity meticulously and uniquely cropped out of the packaging as much as possible yet maintaining it’s integrity and comprehension at the same time enhancing the aesthetic value. What do you think, minimalistic enough and yet recognizable?

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Big Brand Theory Package Design

 

Author of this postHouke de Kwant is a 24 year old communication & multimedia design graduate from the Netherlands and the creator of Daily Inspiration, which was started as part of his study. He is currently working as a front-end developer at Ivaldi, an internet agency in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.