Tea set, inhand-made style designed for creative persons.
The consumer has the choice to make the tea they want which coincides with their mood and situation. They can experiment, control and change the tea to their taste.
This project wascarried out while studying at British Higher School ofArts and Design in Moscow on the course «visual communication». The project had been developed: a brand platform, brand-name,product packaging and advertising in the press.Packaging, Branding2009
The tourist brand for Nizhny Novgorod was developed at the British High School of Design (Moscow).
The urgency of the project is undisputed, as Nizhny Novgorod is often confused with Veliky Novgorod.
Although the city is one of the largest historical and cultural centers in the country and home to the most
famous types of Russian applied art, it stays generally unknown abroad.Branding, Graphic Design2011
Special edition wine. New Year 2011Packaging2011
Product: Choice honey from different regions of Russia
Client: A major Russian producer and distributor of honey
Subtle variations in taste are expressed in the pencil illustrations.
The strokes, rhythm and ratio of black-to-white of the drawings convey the nature of the contents.
Just as in nature where differences in the environment create a diversity of flavor and taste in identical foods, variations in rhythm, density and line weight result in a series of packages that are visually consistent yet unique.Art Direction, Illustration, Packaging2016
The appearance of the packaging will make this traditional product go well with the modern times and make a room for it among the popular beverages of the latest generations.Packaging2010
creamed honey with berries and dried fruit
A major Russian producer and distributor of honey.
design jar labels that are unconventional while conveying the contents in a clear & fun manner.
Playful characters - fruits and berries in bee costumes - are central to the design of the packaging. Customers are drawn to the product by characters that are active, lively, and enjoying themselves. The characters can be seen waving and looking up from the jar lids so that even if the jars are on the lower shelves of a store, customers are attracted to them.Art Direction, Illustration, Packaging2016
Why not sell sausage in centimeters rather than grams?
Such decor will aid:
- in determining the exact mass of the piece in grams;
- in cutting equal pieces;
- in adding the right amount of the product as stated in a recipe;
- in keeping an eye on how much sausage has been eaten while you were away.Branding, Packaging2013
Limited edition packaging design.
Designed in DepotWPF / http://www.depotwpf.ruArt Direction, Packaging2013
Packaging design for Bonduelle's new range of preserves. Mushrooms ready for frying is a new product on Russian market.
Designed in DepotWPF / http://www.depotwpf.ruArt Direction, Packaging2015
When you get presents there are always things to be used and things to be kept (except things to be trashed away). This is fair for wine too. When the wine is too good to be drunk at once it is usually carefully stored laid horizontally. When it’s not – it stands proudly vertical at the table for half an hour and this is it.
We created a concept for a corporate present containing two bottles of wine – one to be drunk at once for people to thank us for today’s good mood and the other to be kept and remember us warmly.
The boxes were made with Russian and English text versions.
Designed in DepotWPF / http://www.depotwpf.ru
Art director: Maria Ponomareva
Creative head: Alexey Fadeev
Idea: Alexey Mikhailov
Copywriter: Anastasia TretyakovaPackaging2013
When novelty keeps the old age alive…Globalization and high technologies have played a dirty trick with traditions, and it’s particularly obvious as far as agriculture and farming are concerned. Products lose their authenticity, personal touch and attention to detail. We face impersonality and “grey mass”. Myllyn Paras is a global company, but we believe that modernization can play on the side of tradition: not destroying, but keeping it. Our packaging design is to illustrate this safekeeping — both literally and metaphorically…
Designed in Depot WPF / http://www.depotwpf.ru
Creative head: Alexey Fadeev, Alexey Andreev
Art director: Maria Ponomareva
Illustrations: Alexey Fadeev, Maria PonomarevaBranding, Illustration, Packaging2013
This is a non-commercial project oriented towards the creation of a decent mass-consumer-oriented product.Branding, Packaging2011