Picture of the Ravensworth wine label
Picture of la thébox l'orient express on the real train l'orient express
a book sitting on top of a wooden bench
Picture of the inside of la thé box Jules Verne edition.
Picture of la thé box Christmas Dreams edition.
Packshot of la thé box Jules Verne edition with tea-pot and some books.
Picture of the inside of la thé box Christmas Dreams edition.
a bottle of raspberry sauce next to a branch of raspberry
a variety of condiments and sauces on a floral background
a bottle of hot sauce next to a drawing of a pomegranate
Packaging illustrations are a great way to add visual appeal to your product. Illustrations help to convey your product’s message and create an emotional connection with customers. It can also help to differentiate your product from your competitors.
A sensible approach to stand out.
An illustration is a great way for brands to stand out from the competition. It allows for a more creative approach to visual communication than using stock photos or videos. Illustrations bring a unique aesthetic to a product, event, or service that can be used to create memorable visuals that will catch the attention of viewers. Poetry and graphisme are a great way to interpret a product and translated it into a beautiful illustration, an unforgettable product.
more freedom in the interpretation.
Colors, shapes... illustrations allow for a certain degree of freedom in their interpretation. Illustration can be used to make an impactful statement in a more subtle way. By using fewer colors and simpler shapes, an illustration can focus on the core message without competing with the other visuals on the page. This allows brands to communicate important messages in a more meaningful way. Packaging illustrations can also be used to add color and texture to a product. This can help to make a product more attractive and visually appealing. Illustrations can also be used to create an element of surprise or mystery on the packaging, which can help to create a sense of intrigue.