Amazingly beautiful woodblock print on a Sheng PuEr tea wrapper. I like how the tea leaves changed the color of paper around the picture in 8 years.
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A packaging design I made for my homemade kombucha.
I’ve got some really neat Chinese fonts recently and decided to play around with them. First I looked into Japanese Sake packaging for inspiration.
Than the SCOBY was born.
Tried a circle label but it looked too much as alcohol packaging and I’m packing a super healthy drink here after all.
I’m happy to announce the packaging we designed for a “Chara” tea brand, based in Singapore. The company producing top quality organic tea in Yunnan, China. Here is a short intro from them:
It is believed that about a thousand years ago, tea first spread across China and Asia from its origins in Pu’er through a network of paths known as the Tea Horse Road or 茶马道. Today, Pu’er county and its nearby areas still produce some of the finest teas in the world. In Chara, you will experience the highest quality puer tea from old tea trees; absent of any form of chemical fertilisers – yes, Chara’s puer is organic!
Letterpress on the packaging:
Lot’s of process shots below, so beware!