One of our primary distinguishing characteristics is our ability to take standard items and transform them into attractive and totally unique concepts for brands. We can do this through a wide array of decoration techniques that can be selected according to the marketing needs of the brand in question. Each piece of packaging we produce is taken through a design process along with the customer in order to ensure we produce exactly what's required after making the client aware of all the options at his/her disposal.
By incorporating numerous materials from different industries (including architecture, jewelry design, Japanese lacquering art, and copper crafting) we can re-create any number of surfaces and take the visual impact of cosmetic packaging to another level.
Metals usually provide feelings of coolness and sterility. In order to add a bit of warmth to metal, we often add a tactile dimension by brushing the surface. The striations also offer a more interesting interplay between light and shadow.
Denim represents youth. It practically emits vibrant, youthful energy. Packaging created using denim as an element conveys a strong sense of rock’n’roll and liveliness.
Diamonds tend to represent everlasting love and rarity. The settings we drill into metal and then encrust with jewels convey a notion of luxury and prestige. Also, most people like sparkly things!
We take artistic patterns, icons, or designs and create them in two anodized layers on metal to offer a glamourous and unique style of decoration that's difficult to find elsewhere.
Flocking is commonly seen in the cosmetic industry on accessories but rarely used in primary packaging. This unique process adds elegance and a tender tactile sensation to the packaging itself.
Lacquering always seems to enhance the inherent beauty of packaging by making colours more intense and by increasing the amount of shine. By swirling gel lacquers together, we create wonderfully haphazard mixtures and patterns.
Glitz and glam are always popular with squealing young girls (and many boys) who love fashion. These small, sparkling particles make packaging concepts pop and distinguish themselves from other items on the shelf.
In this case, nature is our greatest teacher. These misty and mysterious rainbow sprays give packaging one of a kind value.
When speaking of complexity in printing, transferring imagery through heat onto packaging is one of the most colourful and ostentatious ways of getting artwork on a surface. This is one of the make-up industry's most popular techniques.
The printing revolution continues unabated. Fast proofs and fast moving production is becoming more and more important. Digital printing is a direct offshoot of modern 3D printing concepts. It allows just about any piece of artwork to be used in mass production.
No matter how good the printing is (and our printing techniques are incredible), printed materials eventually fade or wear out. Laser engraving is extremely long-lasting and practically propels a brand's image into a higher class.
The look of metal is extravagant and fairly synonymous with elegance. Packaging in metal, especially in colours, can add value to products far beyond their tangible worth.
Mix & Match
Black is sturdy, white is pure. Colours mixed together on plastic components offer incredible brightness and playfulness.
Printing techniques are very versatile. When printing surfaces are rounded or spherical, pad printing is a great way to ensure perfect, clear designs and text.
Borrowing the idea of ancient Chinese wooden window art, the grilles show an impossible beauty through simple injection moulding processes. The contents of the packaging can be seen through subtle translucent parts.
Sprays are widely applied in the beauty industry when products need to be finished with a specific coating. Whether it is clear or coloured, coatings as a finish can take simple plastic items and turn them into upscale products.
Packaging with an additional decoration piece on the top lid is like wearing a designer jacket with jeans. Style, in this case, is born. The plates can be any material, including plastic, metal, fabric, glass, or just about anything else!
If hot stamping proves too much or too harsh, water transferring can offer a more overall wrap-around effect. Packaging can be totally immersed in the foil!