Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In November 2020

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Derrick Lin


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

Dinamite Collection by 327 Creative Studio

An overlay label with a “fuse” that you can pull and rip, revealing the name of the product. The fusion of the minimal style of the front label with the vintage approach on the back label.

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Forage & Gold by makebardo

We are flower hunters, field finders and honey testers, storytellers, creators & nature lovers. From our gate to your kitchen, with a plan to change the way you think about this naturally available superfood.

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Extractos de plantas medicinales – Tintura Madre

Medicinal plant macerates are hydroalcoholic solutions that contain the active and healing principles of plants. This line is made up of a selection of 12 plants that act on different body systems. Each color identifies a different system.

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Winner by Ferma Branding

An image of a hand stroking a pet is featured in the centre of the composition as a symbol of love and affection. One of the design peculiarities lies in the retouching and collage of the composition, so we could get the perfect picture since animals are very active and hard to catch in the frame as well as in the desired pose for the concept.

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Mince Packaging Limited Edition 2019 by Mediahub

The challenge was to create a buzz to fuel consumer demand and get their taste buds tingling at first glance with a fun touch to it. The idea is to make literal use of the opening up of the burger pack, in the shape of an exaggerated cartoonized human mouth biting on the burger inside. Instead of dull food packs that we see everyday, this is considered to be amusing and to and eye-catchy to an already mouth-watering burger.

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Beeo Honey by Hurtikonn

Beeo is the contraction of “bee” and “organic”, this gives a name that is striking, thoughtful, and effectively evokes honey. I then thought that the logo should evoke both the field of activity and the first letter of Beeo. So I realized that if you take a part in a stylized beehive design, you can see the letter “B” appear. I also realized that it suggests the wings of bees (only if we duplicate it and put it facing each other).

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BARCELOS Red Wine by Luís Leal

The Rooster of Barcelos as the theme of the illustration, a cultural reference of Barcelos and Portugal.

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Mo Xiaoxian Fast Food by Tiger Pan

Driven by the single economy, home culture, and consumption upgrades, self-heating convenience foods are rapidly emerging. Mo Xiaoxian-a new convenient fast food brand born on the Internet, adapted to various edible scenarios, the brand is positioned as a “trend fast food brand specially designed for young people”.

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Camilo Primeiro Syrah by Holy Studio

The label combines a detailed illustration of the character and refined finishing details such as exclusive paper, embossing and metallic effects. The “number one” carved in the center of the label, revealing the glass, is certainly the striking mark of this project.

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INCA by Estudio Argo

The Inca culture was a very advanced civilization. Quechua was the official language, it was a polytheist and its main god was the Sun. It was very common to see gold objects as an accessory for the governors’ garments, they used it for decorative reasons and not as an exchange currency, as it did not have any price for them.

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