Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss #93

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Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the issue of #93. 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!

Vinte Vinte Chocolate by This is Pacifica

The packaging reflects the different characteristics of each chocolate bar. Classic is the entry range, standing out with vibrant colour-icon hues. Fusion stimulates the senses combining graphic elements which illustrate the flavours and textures present in each bar, imbuing it with personality and charisma.

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Bnavan Eggs by Backbone Branding

Our hens live in freedom with other farm animals, which is also essential as a healthy environment contributes to the product quality. We used limited colors: we kept white as a color typical for dairy products, highlighting its naturalness, contrasting with black and gold as an accent color.

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Don’t Be A Squid Skin Care Concept by Sky Resources Sdn Bhd

In the show, each masked character with different geometric shape performs different task. Square masked characters are the Supervisors, Triangle masked are the Securities, and the ones with Circle mask are the general workers.

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PetChoy Rebranding by M — N Associates

PetChoy provides delicious meal plans for cats and dogs in Saigon, Vietnam. Founders think pets should be served as their owners. PetChoy aims to educate and empower the pet-loving community with an accurate and comprehensive understanding of pets’ nutrition and health. Since rebranding, PetChoy has been grown quickly with completely outstanding packaging on shelves.

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Meadowlark Main Street Pharmacy Playing Cards by Russ Gray

This latest deck was intended to be an homage to Mainstreet Pharmacies of days gone by, leveraging a vintage feel. “We decided to bring the theme back to our foundation: Pharmacy. Since we were going back to our roots, we decided that the best way to do so would be to pay homage to the old school small town pharmacies on Main Street.

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Klasztorna by CO.LAB

CO.LAB used illustration as the main focus of the label design, creating a woodcut-style image of a Polish monastery set underneath an unusual arched word-mark. “Odkryte Tradycje” – “Uncovered Traditions” nods towards the processes employed in the monasteries of old and the role that the Klasztorna brand plays for the customer today.

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Oentologie by Estudi JJ Bertran

Oentologie tells us about the personal journey, that of the winegrower in the first place and that of everyone. When we put the four pieces together, they build an allegorical altarpiece about the transition to a soul-based experience.

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Bowi “Glam Croquettes” by Blavet Studio

The challenge was the design of a new brand and concept of “gourmet croquettes”. Our base is a high-quality product, made in a small workshop, in which making croquettes began as a way of honoring all of those who cooked them for us when we were children. Bowi is the result. Bowi “Glam Croquettes”.

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Chatu — eco-friendly tea packaging concept by Xenia Alexandrova

Chatu packaging is absolutely eco-friendly: moulded pulp (colored with natural dyes in red, dark green, and light green tones) and tea leaf two-layer cotton bags.

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LabOil Extra Virgin Olive Oil by Isaac Fusté

With the initials of each variety, an identifying design has been created for each extra virgin olive oil, recalling the design of the periodic table of elements, (Ar, Mo, Se, Pi) this can help the consumer / client to find it more easily the type of extra virgin olive oil you want, since the initials are in large size.

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