Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In February 2016

Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of February 2016. 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!

Zephyr ‎Glassware‬ ‪packaging‬ ‪concept‬ designed by Jacob Bang

Zephyr Glassware was created to offer premium glassware for yachting and sailing. The packaging was designed to withstand bounced from a rough sea and by integrating a tray reducing the risk of glassware slipping and breaking on a boat.

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‪Cacao‬ Journey Club designed by Santiago Landaburü

The history of chocolate begins in Mesoamerica. Chocolate, the fermented, roasted, and ground beans of the Theobroma cacao, can be traced to the Mokaya and other pre-Olmec people, with evidence of chocolate beverages dating back to 1900 BC. The Aztecs believed that cacao seeds were the gift of Quetzalcoatl, the God of wisdom, and the seeds had so much value they were used as a form of currency. Originally prepared only as a drink, chocolate was served as a bitter, frothy liquid, mixed with spices, wine or corn puree. It was believed to have aphrodisiac powers and to give the drinker strength.

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Sacred ‎Elephant‬ ‪Incense‬ ‪packaging‬ designed by Clik

The modern, geometric interpretation of Ganesh we designed effectively captures the brand’s spiritual ethos. To create a feeling of purity, luxury and timelessness, we chose a simple monochrome colour palette that beautifully compliments the geometric logo design. Taking the less is more approach, white space was given a premium, both on the packaging and website. Individual symbols were designed for each scent, adding a splash of colour to the visual identity, and allowing the different scents to be easily identified on the shelf.

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Victorinox ‪Knife‬ ‪Reusable‬ ‪Packaging‬ ‎Student‬ ‪Concept‬ designed by Elly Jang

The goal of this project was to create a knife packaging of an existing brand that is eco-friendly with multiple use and protect the product at the same time. I designed a package for Victorinox Rosewood Chef’s knife, and thought wood was appropriate considering the entire lifespan of the product. The point of this packaging was that it would not only serve as protective packaging during shipping but also serve as a long-term, day-to-day “case” for the consumer and my solution to this was to create a case that also works as a chopping board.

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Absinthesis ‎Absinthe‬ ‎packaging‬ designed by Yevgeny Razumov

Absinthesis is a synthesis of ideas and technology, reality and virtuality, traditions and innovations, the past and the present, form and content, colors and black-white, Modern Style with a glitch effect. And it is also a synthesis of high quality spirit, grand wormwood, natural ingredients and herbs.

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WHITE ‪wash liquid‬ ‎packaging‬ ‎concept‬ designed by Sergey Trofimov

The task was to make a branding (including the name) for a washing-up liquid. The premium segment of the market was chosen. So the liquid shouldn’t be only effective, it’s branding and package should be aesthetic as well. Like white flowers. That’s how the metaphor was found. There were made photosets to make the flowers from a dishes. Light typeface of the brand’s name laid on the flowers to make the package clean and light.

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Keep clean & tidy with this ‪Pistachio‬ ‎packaging‬ designed by Kingdom & Sparrow

Pistachio Provenance was selling unbelievably delicious Greek-grown pistachios, roasted in citrus, at local markets and events. We recognised they had a premium, artisan (and incredibly moreish) product, that could reach a much wider audience if they had the right packaging design.

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NOMONO Freestyle Polish ‪IPA‬ ‪label‬

NOMONO Polish IPA, a second effect of NOMONO creative studio and Solipiwko Brewery cooperation. Polish hops inside the bottle and Polish tradition and art outside. Colourfull label reflects the crazy character of the beer and is consistent with our first common project, NOMONO New Zeland Freestyle IPA made in 2015. That is probably the highest level of consistency of the recipe and the label, which was achieved due to a close cooperation in the project. Enjoy!

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Yoshino ‎Sake‬ ‪Cup‬ And ‎Bottle‬ designed by Doogdesign

The botanical name of Japanese Cedar is Cryptomeria Japonica. This means “Secret Japanese property”. In addition, This kind is different from other Cedar and, in fact, is a Japanese endemic species. From the prehistoric age, people in Japan had incorporated Cedar into their life, not only as utensil tool , It had become widely used up to tableware, furniture, a housing part, a God tool and Buddhist altar fittings. Especially Yoshino Cedar is the high quality wood used to a pail or a sake barrel. Because It needs to be strong high density enough for leakproof, Yoshino Cedar is planted with extremely high density in order to make annual ring width narrow. This process needs a long period of time.

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‎Ozzy,‬ ‎Gaga‬ & ‎Snoop dogg‬? Can you identify them all? ‪Earphones‬ ‪packaging‬ ‪concept‬ designed by Adamantia Chatzivasileiou

Five artists coming from five music genres were selected (Lady Gaga – pop, Mick Jagger – rock, Iggy Pop – punk, Ozzy Osbourne – metal, Snoop Dogg – rap) who are not only iconic representatives of their respective genres but who have also left their mark through their distinct aesthetic and eccentric characteristics of their personality, rendering them ‘cult figures’ of the music industry.

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