Identity and packaging designs for coffee brands visually convey the company’s story and ethics using all kinds of design styles. In today’s design showcase I feature 40 projects from a range of designers and agencies that involve the branding and packaging of coffee products, from bags of whole beans to bottles of iced coffee beverages. See how they draw inspiration from coffee farms and sources around the globe to form their brand narrative, whilst also boosting the product’s retail presence with an eye catching design.

Cultura Coffee Roasters by Levi Huddleston

Cultura Coffee Roasters by Levi Huddleston

Cafe De La Corte by The Collected Works

Cafe De La Corte by The Collected Works

Come Fly Away With Me by Warren Tey

Come Fly Away With Me by Warren Tey

Wells Coffee by Steve Wolf

Wells Coffee by Steve Wolf

Dellavie by Voronin Studio

Dellavie by Voronin Studio

Cut Ground Coffee by Our Revolution

Cut Ground Coffee by Our Revolution

Jimmy’s Iced Coffee by Interabang

Jimmy's Iced Coffee by Interabang

Goshen Coffee by Atomicdust

Goshen Coffee by Atomicdust

San Churro Sacred Blend by Studio Alto

San Churro Sacred Blend by Studio Alto

Blanchard’s Coffee Company by Skirven & Croft

Blanchard's Coffee Company by Skirven & Croft

Ripple Coffee by Design Womb

Ripple Coffee by Design Womb

Onyk Coffee Lab by BLKBOXLABS

Onyk Coffee Lab by BLKBOXLABS

Type & Coffee by Renan Vizzotto

Type & Coffee by Renan Vizzotto

Verve Coffee Roasters by Un Studio

Verve Coffee Roasters by Un Studio

Canyon Coffee by Fredericus L’Ami

Canyon Coffee by Fredericus L'Ami

Bassett Espresso by Squad Ink

Bassett Espresso by Squad Ink

Califia Cold Brew by Farm Design

Califia Cold Brew by Farm Design

Espresso Republic by Farm Design

Espresso Republic by Farm Design

Bluebeard Coffee Roasters by Partly Sunny

Bluebeard Coffee Roasters by Partly Sunny

Fuel by Richie Stewart

Fuel by Richie Stewart

Bazar Coffee by Sunshine and Sausages

Bazar Coffee by Sunshine and Sausages

Coffee Inn by Etiquette

Coffee Inn by Etiquette

Woods Coffee by Man Man Van

Woods Coffee by Man Man Van

Publik Coffee Roasters by Super Top Secret

Publik Coffee Roasters by Super Top Secret

Code Coffee by Kirsten Collins

Code Coffee by Kirsten Collins

Coffee Beans by Elise Victoria Spinello

Coffee Beans by Elise Victoria Spinello

Finest Coffee by Aneczka Debska

Finest Coffee by Aneczka Debska

Coffee Bag Saha by David Espinosa

Coffee Bag Saha by David Espinosa

Cold Drip Coffee by Yani & Guille

Cold Drip Coffee by Yani & Guille

2 Degrees Coffee by Leandro Palencia

2 Degrees Coffee by Leandro Palencia

Parish Coffee Co. by Cassie Deogracia

Parish Coffee Co. by Cassie Deogracia

Mayorga Coffee by Rachel Avallone

Mayorga Coffee by Rachel Avallone

Big Island Coffee Roasters by Un Studio

Big Island Coffee Roasters by Un Studio

Morning Fuel by Martin Vizbe

Morning Fuel by Martin Vizbe

Caldo 101 by Liza Pedersen

Caldo 101 by Liza Pedersen

Matu by Rokas Aleliunas

Matu by Rokas Aleliunas

The Coffee Story by Sol Alfie

The Coffee Story by Sol Alfie

Great Circle by Pilot Studio

Great Circle by Pilot Studio

East Coast Coffee by Jennifer Liebetruth

East Coast Coffee by Jennifer Liebetruth

Mirage Arabica Coffee by Karen Gevorgyan

Mirage Arabica Coffee by Karen Gevorgyan

Verve Coffee Branding by Chen Design Associates

Verve Coffee Branding by Chen Design Associates

Torch Coffee Roasters by Chen Design Associates

Torch Coffee Roasters by Chen Design Associates

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  1. GOSHEN COFFEE BY ATOMICDUST Looks like it could be an 8-color print job. That’ll drive the printing costs way up. If it’s printed as a 4-color job, then it’ll cut costs dramatically, but then there’s the risk of the branded colors PMS/Pantone) changing ever so slightly that’ll be noticeable once it’s on the shelf.

    Any who, I see these things because I work in commercial printing and also do graphics.

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    • Looks like a 4 color job to me. I am curious what you see. You can match to a PMS color every time you print a CMYK batch. On modern digital offset printers you can choose to save the color settings for each client and job.

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  2. Interesting blog good example of modern designs, and the way it was used, would definitely recommend it to others.Thanks for sharing the blog.

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  3. Woho…… nice design bro. This collection amazing looks. I have inspiration again for this article. Thanks for share brooo,,, keep posting more, for nice inspiration to us ;)

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