Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In June 2021

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Derrick Lin


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

Maka Zai – Homegrown Indian craft rum by Popping Mustard

Such ambition – coupled with the resilience to keep moving forward – was best represented by the Olive Ridley Turtle. A creature known for travelling a perilous and lengthy journey. Only to come back to the start and do it all over again.

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Bryanskiy Molochniy Kombinat by Depot

Design underlines the message «we don’t add anything bad to our products, so we don’t add unnecessary in design too». This packaging of production for who is fed up with package’s cliches in dairy category.

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FIX Hellas Limited Edition Packaging by Luminous Design

Drawing inspiration from the authentic side of Greece, the one that you won’t find in the pages of a travel guide, which does not boasts of trends and is only known to the locals, we developed the concept “TRUE LOCAL”, which – in addition to the limited edition packaging – is also the dominant brand communication for this year.

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wolk by Luks Piekut

Clouds come and go but this delicious wine is always good.

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Bloody Mary by Tanya Dunaeva

The concept design of the bottle illustrates one of the versions of the name of the cocktail – the story of a cruel female pirate Mary in red. Mary’s heart was broken in her youth by the tragic death of her lover.

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GooziGoozi by Brandsummit

Kind, colorful, beautiful and very elegant, this is how this low-alcohol rice liquor should be. A new beverage for the Chinese market that was looking for a western aura, that clearly differentiate its four varieties, while unifying the entire family of products with an aesthetic that thought of and understood its eastern consumer.

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Love Ocean by Pearlfisher

Pearlfisher designs symbolic whale tail bottle and brand identity for launch of sustainable and ocean- inspired family wellbeing brand, Love Ocean. Pearlfisher has created a playful and purposeful new packaging design system that aims to highlight the importance of protecting our oceans for the wellbeing brand, Love Ocean.

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Metaxa Grande Fine by Karavellas x Team

Cacao Rocks’ biggest source of inspiration for METAXA Grande Fine comes from his French Grand Father. He discovered Greece during the second world war and fell in love with its culture and traditions.

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Parson Premium Gin by Trampolin Studio

Parson premium gin is inspired by the real Parson Russel terrier dog named Gin that spends most of his time in the popular rooftop bar managed by his owner. The dog Gin knows hundreds of cocktail recipes by heart as he witnessed them all. He also knows many secrets that were shared in the bar. Would you like to know some?

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A Fire in Paradise Collection by Suckerpunch

The 3 month isolation gave me plenty of time to fine tune and perfect to what I consider the best hot sauce I have ever tasted. I finally settled on 3 of my favourite fiery creations (there were 9 in total) that focused on 3 different parts of the world in which I developed a hot sauce that best captured that area and the chili’s grown in that vacinity.

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