We’ve previously looked at one of a kind tea packaging, but today we’re going for a second cup of design inspiration. These concepts spin the use of tea and its packaging on its head in delightful ways.
Tea Time Label & Packaging Design by Darya Aksyuta
This concept incorporates a hourglass in order to countdown the appropriate steeping time for each blend. The label incorporates a sandy texture in the graphics to create cohesion between the product and the packaging. Even the colors are natural, sandy tones. The otherwise minimalistic label further emphasizes the hourglass included with the product.
Rosy Lee’s Remarkable Remedy Tea Packaging Designed By Kylie-Ann Homer, Sadie Hines-Dedman & Senwelo Foster
This product comes in the form of pills and dissolves in water in order to emphasize the medicinal qualities of tea. The label mimics the classic tea bag, and the packaging as a whole imitates medicine packaging, combining the two industries beautifully. Mint green tends to signify retro design, so the pastel color scheme ties in perfectly. It’s a well-executed concept which immediately communicates the intent with one glance.
Concentrated Tea Label By Shayne Tupper
This product also looks to capitalize on the healing properties of tea blends, except with a design that is “reminiscent of a snake oil salesman’s pitch.” It uses vintage Americana style to connect the customer with the natural healing concept. The bright, bold color schemes are ideal for catching the attention of customers. Even the bare metal container offers an interesting, vintage aesthetic.
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