PACKAGING DESIGN IN COLORADO

These are a few examples of product packaging we’ve developed for our clients since 1986.

Superior Health Nutrition Multivitamin

Crystal Peak handled the branding, product packaging, web site, product sell sheets, radio advertising, magazine ads and marketing collateral of Superior Health Nutrition for over 10 years until the business was sold. Their product was sold in a variety on national store chains and online.

Another example of product packaging for Superior Health Nutrition that features a box containing pouches of drink mix.

Simple Teas

We created a logo, branding and labeling for the Simple Teas Co. product line, which specializes in fine, high quality teas from around the world.

MNI

We worked with a International company (MNI) based in Malaysia to develop their new packaging for a line of vitamin supplements.

Iron River Safety

Iron River Safety manufactures a product called The Shield that is a winch backlash suppressor. We designed and printed two corrugated boxes for them.

Physicians Preference

Since 1991, Crystal Peak Design has developed product packaging through 3 re-brands for Physician's Preference and their extensive line of vitamin supplements, in addition to their marketing collateral.

Soap Korner

Crystal Peak Design has developed labeling for various skincare and hygiene products for Soap Korner. They are designed in a style that evokes Victorian-era apothecary labels.

Miracle on the Mat

Crystal Peak had the privilege of working with the USA Olympic Gold Metal Winner, Rulon Gardner. We developed the product packaging for his vitamin supplement line he sold through his non-profit organization, the Miracle on the Mat Foundation, along with his marketing collateral, standup displays, brochures and more.

Blue Poppy Enterprises

Blue Poppy Enterprises asked us to create new branding for their line of oils, shampoos and liniments that had an Asian brand essence combined with a modern spa aesthetic. These designs were screen printed onto amber colored bottles.