Energy Drinks – The Power We Need

Looks like with every sunset and sunrise the life on our planet becomes faster and faster, requiring us to make more efforts to keep up with its pace. Sometimes it may seem that all the hustle and bustle and all the whirl of life test our vitality and exhaust our energy. Young people are exposed to this merry-go-round of the events more than anyone else – practically simultaneously they manage to receive their education, build a career and create a family. They know better than anyone else how hard it can be, however, in spite of the difficulties, those in the forefront of the progress still manage to enjoy their life, have fun, and remember that these are the best years of their lives! Young people understand that this is vital energy they need in order to succeed, and that’s why lots of them have faith in the wide-spread energy drinks, available from multiple manufacturers in different countries all over the world.

Energy drinks let us stay tuned, be on line, and keep up with reality. The popularity of energy drinks made us devote the whole showcase gallery to their images. Moreover, the design of the bottles and the artistic approach to picturing them also deserve special attention. Bright, eye-catching, and artful, they owe their popularity not only to their content, but to their looks as well. Some manufacturers even chose to promote their products with openly aggressive design, which practically shouts aloud, “I am the power you need!” Photographers also do their best to underline this mightiness, and the obvious positive result of these efforts can be clearly seen on the posters and images featuring modern popular energy drinks, like those represented in our today showcase.

Valens Energy Drink – Identity by Maxime Quoilin

Missile – Energy Drink Identity by Robinsson Cravents

Embrace Your Element (FWA SOTD) by Alexander Saraev

Burn Energy Drink by DigitalPark

On.go | energy drink by noirblack

Tylenol Sports Drink by Loren Kulesus

Hot brain energy drink by Michal Bialogrzywy

ZEnergy by Face.

Concept energy drink by Zakhar Krylov

DarkDog Limited Edition Can #4 by Mathieu Schatzler

Ziba by Laura Berglund

Kill the Sheep energy drink by Solomeina Inc.

Monster Energy Peace Tea by Miguel Castro

DRIVE ME energy drink by Alex Matveev

BloodMX Energy Drink by Evan McGuire

“Tassay” Energy drink by Arthur Schreiber

Red Devil / energy drink by Alexey Shimulsky

New G drinks by Studio43

Fuel Energy Beverage by Chris Ortenburger

Mood by Fabio Sevá

Juicy Club by Boban Aleksovski

Package design for a popular energy drink brand by Malgorzata Olbrys

Energy sport drink by Tiago Almeida

3D Hiball Energy Bottles – Packaging Realisation by Tim Cooper

De la selva su Camu Camu by Raul Armendariz

‘Wild Thing’ energy drink can and logos by Anatoly Vyalikh

Fuerza Energy by Frye / Wiles

Energy Drink “Power Pill” concept and packaging by Ignas Kozlovas

Concept Energy Drink-WIRED by Tommy Hines

Emolidrink by Christian Uceda

Supafly. by Andrew Haurissa

GENKI JUICE by Jessica Packard

ENERGY DRINK by Grzegorz Rozwadowski

POUNX energy drink by IOMBI GARCÍA

Afro Samurai Energy Drink by Miguel Castro

REactive energy drink by Jiri Adamek

Core Packaging by Jared Dalcourt

ENERGY DRINK ED by Kamil Laszuk

Guarana Street Art Limited Edition by Marko Vajagic

Energy drink. Student’s concept by Pavla Chuykina

Guarana Mojito by Marko Vajagic

Blue Demon – Energy Drink by Diego Mannes

Rock energy cola drink by Hiten Sondagar

Nemyslis, zaplatis – Energy Drink Sleeve by Miloslav Rehor

Playboy Energy Drink by Tom Wenborn

Tripple x energy drink by Hiten Sondagar

Dharma – Good Energy Drink by Jason Hargis

XXX Energy Drink by Rohit Sawant

Naturade by Grégoire Thomas

Mood NYE 2011 by Fabio Sevá

RPM, Energy Drink by Juan Pablo Vildosola

Energy drink can design created for “Skilur” by Tibor Tovt

Turbodiesel by Hot Snow


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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.