she did exactly what I wanted. She's not the best designer to ever live, but she is still a very good designer.
- Ivan Diaz
Great Job asuaual
Did a superb job!
- Sinan Acar
Can't thank snncr enough for the incredible work, communication, and focus on excellence.
I hope to continue the working relationship as much as possible.
He understood our vision very well, and was cooperative in details we asked changed. Seams to be very skilled in using design software. Overall we are very satisfied.
How emregover started their product packaging journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are beekeeping at high lands. We produce high quality unfiltered honey for the sick people, and providing bees for the other beekeepers. We also have small beekeeping TV show.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We created a boutique honey brand "PAVARONA" for A+ customer segment, not for the mass consumer. We use simple jars for the mass.
For Pavarona brand, we are looking for a new jar design made of natural BEE WAX, shaped as a basket hive, or natural hive with some visible closed cells and logo. Jars will contain max 250 gr of clear or crystalized raw honey. After filling with honey, jar will be sealed with bee wax, which can be easily breakable by the consumer. Then a separate bee wax cover will be used for daily use. When closed, it may resemble not-so perfect bee hive, not a typical glass jar. Jar will need a simple carton box for protection during shipment.
When the jar is empty it should be recycled easily.
Jar will probably be molded in warm rotating molds, for hollow inside.
We are open for ideas.
Jar is the main focus, box pack is second priority, and not necessity.
No tin, plastic or glass will be used. Only Natural beewax.
After the seal is broken, the bewax cover lid will be use to lock the jar.
If the logo is to wide and curved, then the mold will damage it. So please use lesser curved logo, or smaller logos in every 120 degrees.