Watercolor illustration on packaging design.
The news article by Migros states:
MIGROS YOU, THE NEW BRAND FOR GOOD AND WELLNESS
Zurich – With its own brand YoU, Migros offers its customers innovative products that are in line with the current trends of the moment and with a goodness and well-being. Whether it is a low-sugar yogurt or a superfood snack for breaks, products are also distinguished for simple and natural ingredients. The first products you include include six types of yogurt and two snacks. Other products from the various food segments will follow.
I especially loved painting Mango and Passion Fruit:
As well as Peach Pomegranate:
And needless to say, a bunch of fruits and berries in this particular yogurt, where I learned odds and ends of one exotic fruit which I am anxious to try one day, the Acerola berry:
I am extremely happy that my art was a part of the food labels creation 🙂
My watercolor of Almond and delicious pastries is now on Nectaflor Packaging design on Almond Paste container.
Live To Create!
Here are some fruits of my labor. For the last month or so I was working on watercolor paintings for one European company. The original illustrations will be used for new line of yogurt products. When the products are on the shelves of the stores, I will definitely share the photos.
But this post presents some new decorative artworks with those delicious fruits and more. I was fortunate to have an opportunity to paint also sweets this time. The still life with Chocolate and Caramel shows two of my guilty pleasures in one artwork.
Also my recent paintings include Pear Still Life, Still Life With Plums, and Hazelnut watercolor artwork:
The still life paintings above are created in decorative manner. The background is more semi-realistic and these paintings are unified with one particular stile, where I mixed up the realistic approach with “washed off” background.
Versus, for example, collection of my classical still life paintings, where you can see that each detail of the background is organically fits into a Classic Old Masters approach: