Tea calendar by the German tea company Hälssen & Lyon is the first calendar in the world to feature calendar days made from tea leaves. Working with creative agency Kolle Rebbe, this limited edition tea calendar might be the most special and welcoming calendar you want to receive. 365 calendar days can be individually detached and brewed directly in the cup with hot water. And the best part is, those pages will be made from different varieties of tea so that everyday, there is a new flavor waiting for you. What an exploration! Moreover, it is super easy to make a tea. You just need fill the cup with calendar sheet with boiling water. Then you can enjoy your tea of day.
Moscow-based designer and illustrator Andrew Gorkovenko created a series of incredible tea illustration, as part of a series of packaging designs for Triptea. Andrew uses the tea contained within each box to create those scenery, which illustrates the origins of tea – the Great Wall of China and a detailed pagoda for green tea, a picturesque Ceylon landscape for black tea, etc. Such a rich imagination and great skills to use the product itself to create concept illustrations for its packaging. As a package design, it is really well done! [source]
I am a “tea” person…tea is my regular drinks. Compared with tea bag, I preferred loose tea. While today, I got a new sample of tea bag, it is the most elegant tea bag I ever saw (“Tea Forte”, you will find its picture in the middle part of the post). Not very special taste, but definitely great in visual design. Hence, I spent few hours search on internet, to see is there any special tea bag design. Then I got toady’s topic – Creative and Interesting Tea Bag Designs. There are 9 creative/interesting/unusual tea bag designs – beautiful, amusing, natural, healthy and disgusting designs, all in this post.
1. origami tea bag [link]
Here is an interesting packaging concept by the Russian designer Natalia Ponomareva. The tea bag is packed like an origami bird.