A Must-Watch Herbal Tea Packaging Design & Illustrations

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So, our today’s blog features a must-watch herbal tea packaging design & illustrations artistically created by Olga Pylaieva who is an illustrator and a graphic designer based in Kyiv, Ukraine. Allow us to share a little something about Olga before we get into the details of what she has created that can totally inspire you to work on your upcoming packaging designs as well. Olga is creating designs etc. for her clients for more than eight years now and has extensive experience in designing illustration and branding as well. And the best thing about her is that she is not only open to working with organizations but is always happy to work with individuals too in order to help them achieve their goals.

Why do we love that about her, you ask? That’s because one must never limit themselves to working with high-end brands etc. in fact, you must always strive to get in touch with people and businesses that you feel will be good for you and together you all will be able to make a difference. Anyways; so as far as being creative is concerned, we all know that we can try a little harder when we are brainstorming with our colleagues and can think of as many ideas as we would want to during that sitting but what we really need to do is to make sure that whatever we are going to think of is beneficial for the brands that are associated with.

We would like to appreciate Olga for what she created by making the most of nature itself when she started working on the herbal tea packaging design and its illustrations and we can bet that you guys are going to enjoy every bit of it. Since the herbal teas are produced using the natural ingredients that are there, you do not get into the artificial chemical processes of either and you know that when you are going to go live with a natural product, the packaging will reflect the processes somehow as well. With the use of leaves, soil, seeds, and sunlight, you can really show that your products are 100 percent natural and you won’t have to worry about the side effects too.

But when it comes to products that are manufactured by using artificial ingredients and heavy chemicals and preservatives etc., then no matter how hard you try to make it look like a natural product, you will have to mention it somewhere in the packaging itself that the end results were achieved after this and that process and that the usage must be monitored and stuff like that. So, what should you do to make things not only look perfect but they must be perfect for the consumers as well? If you can control how the products are made, you need to give suggestions to the decision-makers to consider the health and safety of the consumers and everything else will start working in their favor. For example; as far as the natural / herbal products are concerned, the best thing is that most of the ingredients are provided by nature and you just have to make sure that you are using them correctly.

And the next step is that your creative and design agencies / team mates need to see how they can design the packaging etc. so that they don’t mislead the audiences. In fact, the communication must encourage them to not only use the products themselves but also spread positive word of mouth around as well. Now, let’s have a look at the packaging design and illustrations that Olga created for this herbal tea brand!

By practically using the main ingredients of the tea such as jasmine, strawberries, and quinces; Olga created the packaging designs and used a second element in the designs to create powerful imagery to reflect the seasons such as oranges, passion fruits, and lots of leaves along with flowers too in order to fill in the space that is there and the names that were awarded to each tea flavor is a true depiction of how nature appears to be for most people, you know like Jasmine Blues, Berry Jazz, and Quince Soul. That is what winter and autumn feel like, right? So, we think it is safe to say that Olga has done justice to whatever she has created and we are living it very much.

Credit: Olga Pylaieva

A Must Watch Herbal Tea Packaging Design & Illustrations


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