Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the issue of #104. 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 Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest page. These projects will definitely inspire you for your next design project, be sure to register/login to your account now to submit your latest packaging projects!
SAMILY by JUANA SARABIA
In this project, I have developed Samily, a child care ritual with prebiotics composed of a shower gel, a body milk and eau de cologne. This ritual is inspired by familiar care, those intimate family moments we share with our children when we bathe them, when we smooth lotion on their skin when we perfume them…Those moments in which we seal ties, have fun with family, and in which we are calm.
FREELY ORGANIC JUICE by TAYMARASANCHEZ
Freely is not only a healthy juice, but also a toy with geometric shapes that help kids use their imagination and creative skills in multiple ways. The labels were designed to create faces when you put one bottle next to, or on top of each other. We believe creativity should roam free, that’s why we don’t have a specific way to play with these bottles. Mix and match however you want and just…create! You can give a second life to this bottle by keeping it as a toy, and after it can be recycled.
IKA GLOW BALM by JOOST IDENTITIES
Strategic positioning Brand-, logo- & packaging identity: IKA Beauty GLOW as YOU are! When you are your best you, you glow! That’s why IKA developed the perfect GLOW BALM for you in your trusted yellow bullet. Like a hybrid serum and tinted balm. Its decadent yet lightweight texture makes it feel like a serum disguised as a balm! Not sticky, not tacky but just the right pampering for your lips. No confusion with a lipstick. It’s au naturel and dewy YOU!
PICK ME UP by INDIGO BRANDING
Caring about people who want to eat fresh and don’t have time to cook or wait for delivery from restaurants, Pick Me Up is an excellent solution with its ready-to-eat fresh dishes.
The name itself, “Pick Me Up” represents an easy way to eat fresh and tasty: just pick up the products from the cafe shelves and enjoy salads, bowls, soups made of the freshest ingredients. There are six characters: flat style illustrations with disproportionate body with the dish’s main ingredient as the hero’s hair.
JAPANESE TEA by SELECTAMILO
Japan Tea is a concept of non-alcoholic tea-based refreshing beverages. Amazing combination of tastes of tea and juice of ripe fruits, forest herbs or wild berries. The Tea has the spirit of culture and the mythology of the islands of the rising sun!
MISTERIO by OVEJA & REMI
Misterio Wine, a white Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina.
ANDES GIN by OVEJA & REMI
Bottle and Label design for Andes Mountain Gin. The custom bottle shows Mount Aconcagua engraved in its bottom, the highest mountain outside of the Himalayas, located in Mendoza, Argentina, the same place where this gin comes from. The label emphasizes the technical information of the gin since it is a distillate of the highest quality, complex, and not suitable for everyone.
THE BOSTON TEA PARTY by DEMIRQAYA
The Boston Tea Party is a limited edition version of the beer brand dedicated to events of the same name 250 years ago. The main element of the design is a British sailor with a shiner under the right eye, which is probably the result of a fight that took place on a momentous day
TIGER BEER – WHEN TWO GIANTS MEET by JANATH GAMAGE
On the 90th year, Tiger Beer shared its can with a lion. You can’t think of Tiger Beer without Singapore. And you can’t imagine Singapore without Tiger Beer. Their history has been interlaced for almost a century. To celebrate its 90th anniversary, Tiger Beer shared its most valuable asset with Singapore’s iconic Merlion. The epic encounter was brought to life in a limited-edition packaging design beautifully crafted by Singaporean illustrator Erikartoon.
OSKI – THE LAYERED GIN by FORMASCOPE AGENCY
OSKI is a handcrafted, small-batch dry gin that is a result of a balanced mix of natural botanicals. The company approached us to create a look and feel for a new Armenian gin brand, where Armenian thyme plays a crucial role as the main ingredient. Since the gin is a small batch and craft, we challenged ourselves to convey that idea with the help of a label. The Oski label consists of 7 layers, each of which has its own material, color, texture, and meaning.