Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In May 2021

Derrick Lin


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

Error energy drinks by Polina Sergeeva

When human is at the limit of his strength, errors arise in his head. Error r engineers ‘ line for fixing errors.

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Ani Yogurt by Backbone Branding

We have created a minimalistic design that would not be overloaded with text and images but rather be attractive and straightforward, and at the same time would pass the naturalness and deliciousness of the product.

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Creativity Center Of IE Campus Life by Meteorito Estudio

A trip through the Casa de la Moneda building to discover its architecture, full of art and history, where tradition and innovation meet. Where artistic activities live together with the business environment.

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Viblance by Szani Mészáros On each box the characters and their surroundings are drawn by hand, so every one of them is unique. As for the photography I asked my friend, Dóri Novotny to make a paper cut set design, which reflects on the packages and also nicely highlight them. Find out more

Krupno by SUPERMARKET branding agency

We are proposing to use the metaphor of Russian nesting doll which is very popular not only in Russia but noted throughout the world. Nesting doll is the symbol of motherhood, family and fertility and is always handmade. It is expressing brand philosophy – more benefits inside of every corn, as well as the nesting doll consist of small nesting dolls inside it.

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Dr. Women by DAE-KEUN, JOO

Dr. Women’s shampoo containers are in wine form, and consumers can feel luxurious and beautiful. The refined graphics and typography make it easy to recognize the features and information of the product, allowing consumers to purchase products suitable for their scalp type.

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Khomanta Coffee by Alejandro Gavancho

Khomanta in Aymara, an indigenous language spoken in the southern mountains of Peru, means hug or embrace. The concept of khomanta has been shown through the “manta”, a brightly coloured knitted blanket that is worn by inidgenous women in the Peruvian Andes and originates from prehispanic times.

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Vermut Eredità by Emi Renzi

The origin of vermouth is attributed to the Greeks, but this drink was made popular by the Italians thanks to a tavern keeper in Turin, in 1786, who began to experiment with wine and herbs. From there, vermouth began its successful career throughout almost all of Europe.

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Fantola by Svoe Mnenie

In order to win the attention of a young audience in the soda category, you need to not only make a modern design but to induce a “wow” effect. Such a solution was the design of Fantola, which we developed according to plan “B” – we abandoned the mimicry strategy proposed by the client and developed the concept of a unique brand.

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Tesela by Ideologo

Tesela is a premium-quality, natural honey brand. We reflect the product´s purity in name, brand, design and packaging with a minimalist, clean, eco feel design. The word “tesela” or small mosaic tile, refers to the pieces that make up a honeycomb.

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