Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of May 2020. They are selected according to their post views, social shares, social likes, re-tweets repins and people reached. All these data were collected on this website and also on different platforms like our Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest page. These projects will definitely inspire you for your next design project, you can also submit your packaging project here!
Sister’s Ice Cream packaging design by Azadeh Gholizadeh
It’s a homemade ice cream made by three sisters. In this packaging, the product and manufacturer identities are performed minimally. The design has tried to implement the feminity which is lying in the manufacturer’s identity. They wanted their brand to be feminine and to represent ice cream made by women. For this reason, the design of this packaging uses the character of the lady. It was very important for the manufacturer to show the concept of sisterhood along with the high quality of the product in the design of this packaging.
4Life Mineral Water packaging design by Prompt Design
The package illustration is to convey how the animals live their lives with the water. The wavy lines and animals explain about the animals living with the water resource. For example the flamingo flying, the tiger swimming and the crocodile crawling in the wavy lines which represent the beauty of water waves.
MILKME packaging design by Ilya Volgin
As for product packaging, I got inspiration from animals themselves i.e. several packages combined together in one module element resemble the shape of cow udder. As a result, we got soft delicate shapes dictated and inspired by nature itself.
Sake Ao Kuma packaging design by Emi Renzi
This design project takes as an icon the Himalayan bear, an animal that lives in Japan and has great strength, and blue for the color of the ocean that surrounds the country. The inspiration for this packaging design, an in-depth investigation was carried out into their artistic styles, customs, landscapes, cities and clothing.
The Enchanted Forest packaging design by Elena Gamalova
Dive deep into the historical roots of the tropical Enchanted Forest and his legendary spiritual drink. There is nothing quite like enjoying and celebrating life with a glass of this uniquely crafted drink of a paradisiac island of New Caledonia.
il vicolo, Marche IGT Rosato packaging design by Andrea Castelletti
Take one look up and one to the sides. Yes, the road is narrow. Extremely narrow in fact, barely 43 cm wide. You are in the narrowest alley in Italy, in the town of Ripatransone, where Cantina dei Colli Ripani is located.
Quinta Maria Izabel Glou Glou packaging design by Omdesign
Quinta Maria Izabel Glou Glou is a homage wine, a special product launched by Quinta Maria Izabel, a wine company from Douro with products internationally recognized by its superior quality.
Mermeladas Cortijo de Sarteneja packaging design by Delma Álvarez Arias de Saavedra
A new concept was created for this brand of jams. The spoon as the identifying element of the product. In the design, the spoon is located at the top and extends to the front. The middle part of the spoon works as a security seal. When it is cut, it goes from being a spoon to a drop of jam that slides.
The Blechley Park Gin packaging design by Rose UK
Bletchley Park was once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers and the birthplace of modern information technology. Today, it is an award-winning heritage visitor attraction, operating as a charity to further the understanding of the historical achievements that took place there while exploring the contemporary challenges of a technologically complex society.
Tropical Mountains packaging design by Walker
The Tropical Mountains coffee capsules follow an innovative concept grounded in the idea of respecting the coffee trees, the local farmers and the environment. The design is influenced by the rich flora and fauna of tropics.