The Mood (Coffee Packaging) by Salvita Bingelyte
2017 - 2018, Golden A' Packaging Design Award Winner
Inspiration
I immediately thought of monkeys since they are a common thread among the five coffee regions represented. I was inspired by their expressions and behaviors, which seem to reflect their moods, much like us humans. By using monkey illustrations with expressions that reflect their mood, it creates an impressionable and long lasting image, playful and a bit ironic, especially with a hat on their head.
Creativity
Branding and packaging for an International coffee company, for their single origin, premium Arabica beans from five coffee regions Ethiopia, Tanzania, Indonesia, Zimbabwe and Colombia. The goal was to appeal to a new generation of coffee drinkers, hipsters with old school style and a little extra money in their back pocket, interested in the complex, flavors of coffee, similar to a fine wine or craft beer.
Design Challenges
It was very challenging to create monkey expressions that evoked a positive reaction in people. After more than a month of creating numerous illustrations, changing their eyes, expression or entire face, and constantly testing reactions from people, we finally came up with illustrations that achieved positive results, a sophisticated character with a little sense of humor.
Production Technology
Hand drawn, vintage inspired illustrations on kraft paper. Black ink represents the color of coffee and the monkey illustrations are playful, with facial expressions hinting at the flavor profile such as sour citrus or smooth chocolate.
       
     
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