Chinese New Year is a time in Hong Kong where families and friends gather together to sweep away bad fortune and welcome the new year with good luck.
The work is not only a Baijiu bottle, but a combination of Chinese Zen philosophy. The bottom of the box can not only carry the bottle, also can be used as a decoration at home.
The Time Book bookend series centers around the theme “time”. Each set includes identically sized bookends, but with different colors and patterns, appearing as if they are three different books.
Borrow the creativeness of the edge marks produced by burning paper and repeatedly folded into three layers to highlight the mountain and the process of carbon baked tea. The three colors of packaging is design to better differentiate the concentrations of each. Placed the box in a complete picture.
Inspired by the concept “Impossible Cocktails” and European alchemy, the Goos Drink Series hid a few mysterious symbols within the label. The partially hand-made bottles — made using 30% recycled Spring Pool Glass — were designed in the style of ancient apothecary bottles, drawing to mind the alchemy laboratories of the ancient world.
To convey the experimental nature of the music and its subject matter, which plays with the East/West cultural divide, we decided to create a visual style that combines Taiwan’s religious folk culture and Taoist mysticism with a touch of 50’s retro-futurism from the West. The lyrics accompanied by symbols representing Taoist magical spells, which were originally found on Fu talismans.
On the Earth Day, people are looking forward to discovering the renewable treasures contained in coffee grounds through the candlelight. We hoped that the lights will connect to people and light up the hope for the Earth and the aboriginal children in need.
According to Chinese zodiac, the characteristics of pigs, specifically their chubby cheeks, are also a symbol of wealth.
Xiao Guan Cha is committed to the standardization and modernization of Chinese tea. Different varieties of tea use the same packaging form and different levels of tea are separated by the packaging color which is set into three color systems of silver, gold and black.
This is a white spirit product from Shaanxi Province, China. In Chinese, the product name sounds very similar to “Drink dry”, which means drinking up. Chinese people tend to turn the container over after drinking up, showing that they indeed have drank all the liquor.