Imagine a soda that has all of the flavor, complexity, and texture of your favorite glass of full-bodied red wine. Now imagine that soda is made of all-natural ingredients, with no refined sugars or artificial colours or flavors. And finally, picture that very same delicious beverage packaged inside a bottle that would set any design guru’s heart a-thumping. Time to pinch yourself? Hardly. Just crack open a cold bottle of Juiceology, and drink in the love.
Australian design student Yunyeen Yang is the talent behind a neat set of sliced fruit shaped juice cartons by fictional manufacturer, Jooze. Designed as part of a school project, each Jooze packaging is indicative of its flavour inside; a crafty detail encouraging children to consume healthier drinking habits from a young age.
From rhubarb mimicking that infamous Marilyn Monroe pose, to cherries sweetly kissing, the quirky illustrations that adorn these bottles are brilliant and bold. Good thing too since Food Story, the Norwegian brand behind this new line of organic juices, is a concept café, boutique, and restaurant that aims to inspire through food. This series of ecological drinks does just that, having been developed in conjunction with local and organic farmers to produce a range of tasty fruity, all-natural flavors.