New Method bottles made from ocean plastics.
As a small soap company, we know we can’t clean up the world’s oceans. But we can raise awareness about the issue and use our business to demonstrate smart ways of using and reusing the plastics that are already on the planet. We think the best way to do that is by providing that solutions exist, even at a small scale. So thats what we’re doing.
Over the past year and a half, Method employees, with the help of local beach clean-up groups and volunteers, have hand-collected more than one ton of plastic from beaches in Hawai’i. And working with our recycling partner, Envision Plastics, who were willing to take a chance on making the impossible possible, we’ve taken plastic from the beach and turned it into bottles.
Fairfax & King Packaging
“Fairfax & King draws its inspiration from the nation’s oldest apothecary; located where Fairfax Street and King Street cross in Alexandria, Virginia. Dark brown apothecary glass is finished off with a wax seal and tastefully packaged in natural materials. All of our brown vessels are made from recycled glass. Our all natural soy blend wax is highly fragranced with florals, fruits, greens and spices; fragrances reminiscent of the historic shop. Available in 3 components: brown tumbler packaged in a wooden box, glass bowl with decorative dustcover and fragrance diffuser packaged in a natural kraft tube.”
Collage inspired packaging for Compass Box Scotch Whiskey
“Our long time whisky client, Compass Box, has done a limited edition scotch for the icon London store Selfridges. London artist Peter Blake seemed fitting inspiration but Selfridges have really gone to town with the in store displays.”
Simple drug packaging.
Help Remedies embraces a philosophy of “Take Less.” They believe that when you are not feeling your best, you should be able to simply reach for a product that says what it does and does what it says – without a bunch of added trouble or unnecessary ingredients. Their line of simplified remedies has been available in drug stores and gift shops around the US since late 2011.
Fuel Coffee packaging and branding materials. Fuel is a cafe in Brighton, MA.
“Our goal for the design was to play off the name of the brand and create a concept that referenced the aesthetic of old motor oil cans. We sourced some super shiny, metallic bags to suggest what the material of those cans would have originally been made of.