Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In June 2020

Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of June 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!

Olive Oil Tessere packaging design by Constantin Bolimond

Originally, the olives are harvested by hand, or by comb, when the fruit becomes very green. A cloth is used to spread under the olive trees and under no circumstances the fruit is picked from the ground.

The olives are then transported by plastic rigid perforated boxes or bags with a capacity of 30-50kg. The time from the production to the pressing of the olive oil does not exceed 24 hours from the harvest to the production.

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Supha Bee Farm Honey packaging design by Prompt Design

The paper honeycomb is used together with the wooden box to emphasize the feeling that the honey bottle inside is virtually from the beehive. The SB logo which stands for SUPHA BEE FARM is designed simply to make it look similar to a bee.

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Art Sponges packaging design by Lesha Limonov

Someone sings in the bathroom, and someone comes up with new ideas there! What could be common between a simple washcloth and a brilliant masterpiece? But what if we combine them?

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Best Of Kin – Dad Beer packaging by Conflict

To celebrate the official release of ‘Dad Beer’ from @bestofkin we’ve helped them turn their 6-packs into a greeting card for Father’s Day. This beer was brewed in memory of the founding brothers’ late father.

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The Long Dog Co. packaging design by Studio Unbound

The Long Dog Co. is a family owned business that produces traditionally made jams and chutneys. The brand name is inspired by a few key members of that family – their dachshunds.

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“Mateo & Bernabé and friends” crafts beer packaging design by Moruba

San Bernabé, June 11th, is represented by a fish. Fish caught in the Ebro River saved the people of Logroño during the famous siege in 1521. The French besiegers were finally vanquished on June the 11th, San Bernabé. On this day every year, the city honours this historical victory celebrating the Patron Saint’s Fiesta.

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Walker & Drake Cold Pressed Dog Food packaging design by The Brand Nursery

The dog food market is heavily saturated and can be confusing for dog owners who are always on the lookout for the best possible food for their animal. As ‘Cold Pressed’ dog food is a relatively new concept in the UK, it was imperative that the design reflected this.

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Kyo Kombucha Edition 2018 packaging design by NOVEMBRE

KYO KOMBUCHA is the wellness alternative to over-sweetened sodas and alcoholic beverages. It is live, organic, unpasteurized and naturally full of vitamins and probiotics. It has character and pep!

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Piece.Of.Sheep packaging design by Marianna Pefani

In the case of the swabs, each swab is every curl that a sheep has on its fur, and in the case of the pads, it’s the material itself that looks like wool. The back of the packaging also resembles the back of the sheep.

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Hubble packaging design by Francesco Paternoster

Concept Branding and Packaging for an Italian brewery. The aim of this meta-project was to study a possible relationship with alchemy, illustration and packaging. The inspiration comes from ancient prints found on seventeenth-century books, depicting scenes of alchemical transformation, botanical illustrations and fantastic creatures.

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