Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In March 2021

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Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of March 2021. 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!

Better Coffee Co. by Aja Marie Johnson

Better Coffee Co. roasters is launching with a mission to bring the world only the strongest, boldest and most flavor-packed brew daily. ‘No weak beans here.’

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Soy Sauce FUJI by Evgeni Kudrinskaya

Soy sauce is a symbol of Japanese culture. The shape of the bottle emphasizes the origin of the soy sauce, referring to a sacred place in Japan that is revered, honored and respected by all – the FUJI volcano.

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Oak Bottle by andstudio

The slender height of the oak bottle allows liquids to be adjacent to the inside walls to ensure fast maturation. Yet, the spirit or wine still needs to be closely watched for improving the process. And here, the portrayed hourglass indirectly speaks about measuring that time passage.

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Xian Shi Ji Hua Guo Tea by FengQiao Design

In order to provide consumers with a pot of good tea, Xian Food Season brand has spent a lot of time on the collection of raw materials.

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Pasta Sepia by VORĀ Design Studio

Pasta Sepia is a brand identity system that features the definition of sepia in all means. Most importantly, sepia is the ink that both pasta and packaging are dyed with. Sepia as fish source, sepia as ink to dye the pasta and print on packaging, and finally, sepia as photography aesthetics.

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Next Coffee by B&W Graphic Lab

“Next” is an instant freeze-dried coffee. The brand was born to study people’s attraction to the unknown, because the circuitous structure of the physical structure of the human brain produces an irritant chemical reaction to the next, which stimulates people’s exploration of the unknown and a kind of obsessive love.

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Anutomy by Alexander Kislov

I’ve loved walnuts since childhood. Once, in anatomy class, a teacher showed us a model of a human brain. It was then that I noticed for the first time that the walnut, in all its appearance, very much resembles the human brain.

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High Water by Midday

Hard seltzers are already big in the US and growing in the UK. To catch and ride this wave, we needed to create a brand that would blend premium aspirations with mainstream appeal, capture the magic of the water’s edge, and promise plenty of fun.

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Prakrishi by Sol Benito

The central idea was to blend the local culture and the Indian tradition that regards cow as a mother (Gau Mata) and juxtapose it with a unique design style that expresses the brand’s quality parameters. As a result, we took inspiration from Maldhari woman (a tribal community of herdsmen and shepherds in Gir forest area) and transformed it into a graphic mnemonic that portrays a remarkable imagery that connects the brand to the very roots of its origin in a seamless and strong way.

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Chocotejas Maraná by Icono

For the launch of their new product Chocotejas, a typical Peruvian sweet with chocolate coating and innovative fillings using Peruvian nuts and fruits, we were inspired by the craftsmanship of the retablos (altarpieces) one of the most recognized artistic expressions of the Andean region of Peru, and a clear demonstration of the skill and mastery of the artisans of the area.

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