Posted: October 16th, 2014 | Author: rod | Filed under: china, Taiwan | Comments Off
Tea has been around for thousands of years, speeding across multiple cultures. But what is quite likely is that it originated in China during the Shang dynasty as a medicinal drink, according to Wikipedia. Taipei, Taiwan designer Cheng Jie Sung created an interesting packaging design called 喝禮季 “GOOD DAY” which plays on the four seasons of the year and the traditional herbal store.
“It is one of the customs in Taiwan since time immemorial that people use traditional Chinese medicine as nutriment, and it’s also one of the characteristics that represents Taiwan.Therefore, we use the scene and concept of traditional herbal store as the packaging subject of our health-enhancing tea.
By illustrating the 4 procedures of dealing the herbal material which are weighing, cutting, pounding and decocting with small fire, it is also indicated 4 different types of tea. The ingredients will be designed in accordance with seasons, including Lycium Chinense tea with Polygonati Rhizona for spring, ginger tea with brown sugar for winter, and etc.”
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Posted: September 2nd, 2014 | Author: Derrick Lin | Filed under: Asia, china, Sauces & Oil | Comments Off
Creative Director: Li Qiang
Art: Huang Xiangyun
Copywriter: Chen Jing
Type of project: Commercial work
Bees spend their lifetime searching and harvest more than 2 million flowers to make 500g of honey.Read more
Making used of the nature, the views of mountains and flowers, we do our best to create a product that is of nature.
100% natural honey, 100% natural taste, 100% natural design.
Posted: August 28th, 2014 | Author: Derrick Lin | Filed under: Alcohol, Asia, china | Comments Off
Designers: Chow Hom and Chen Hua Yi
Type of project: Commercial work
Two different types of Chinese rice wine packaged into two different bottles. Just like our Yin Yang symbol.Read more
Posted: June 25th, 2014 | Author: Derrick Lin | Filed under: Asia, china, Snacks | Comments Off
Designer: Zhi Jie
Type of work: Commercial work
In the Northeast provinces of China comes the ripe harvest of the best nuts. Read more
The distinctive face of the farmer comes alive in the illustration which carried through all of the packaging range.
Carrying a large bowl of nuts, it is shown clearly to the consumers which type of nuts he is looking at.
Posted: April 9th, 2014 | Author: rod | Filed under: china | Comments Off
The Chinese tea Mingren Mingyan originates in the Fujian Province, near the Wuyi mountain. This area is also the root to Chinese tea culture. Translated the name ‘Mingren’ means tea maker or the man who sampling tea; ‘Mingya’ means the geographical location of tea growth and the special conditions of the land that gives rise to the unique flavor of the tea produced.
This Chinese tea packaging was designed by Beijing design agency One & One design. According to thedieline the design of the MINGYIN tea collection is as followed:
“The design of the word ‘Ming’ is inspired by an ancient form of Chinese art – rock rubbing. It is also representative of the Chinese culture, linking tea growth to China’s history. In content, ‘Ming’ could be loosely translated to ‘well-known’, again the two collections are tied up in a subtle way.
In the design of the logo, we have highlighted ‘艹’ (grass) of the word ‘茗’ and ‘山’ (mountain) of the word ‘岩’. It is only in the wild nature, between the heaven and earth, may we find the best tea plantation.”
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Posted: February 24th, 2014 | Author: rod | Filed under: china | Comments Off
Beijing typographer Liam Lee likes to take Chinese poems and turn them into beautiful typographic pieces. In this case he took a poem of probably China’s most famous poet Li Bai (Li Po).
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