Disaster has struck! It’s 8:00 in the morning, it’s Easter Sunday ( a public holiday ), all the shops are closed for the day and I’m out of coffee.
If I can’t start my day with a caffeine boost, a collection of good coffee packaging designs will have to do. I’ve always liked the rustic style used by many coffee brands, earthy tones and uncoated stocks. If that’s not your thing there’s a handful of clean, modern, bright packages for good measure.
Bull Run coffee label / sticker seal.
Bull Run again, a closer look at the rest of their packaging.
The new Caribou logo after their re-brand from about a month ago.
Because coffee is the heart and soul of our company, the body of the caribou is formed out of a coffee bean. In addition, the caribou’s antlers now form the shape of the letter ‘C’.”
Another significant change in the logo is the direction of the caribou’s leap. While the Caribou in the previous logo was leaping left, the caribou now leaps right, signifying the direction the company is heading — into the future
Caribou napkins. Plenty more on the re-brand over at Brand New.
This looks like one for me, Coffeine ultra-caffeinated coffee beans. I really like the handles, I’d just have to bring myself to throw out what would probably turn into a bizarre collection of wire, keys and spoons.
Grind Coffee. This idea I particularly like, a gradient of sorts used as the intensity of the coffee increases.
A real rustic approach here from Mosaic.
I love letterpress printing, kudos to Reserve Coffee for putting it to good use.
Square One have a great set of illustrations/label designs for their range of coffee, more of their designs can be found here.
and complete giftset.
Mmm… Great coffee design
I feel better now, I’d still love a actual drink though…