Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of May 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!
Samurai Japanese Restaurant Packaging Design by Oliver Sjöqvist, Nanna Basekay, Fanny Löfvall (Sweden)
Samurai is a Japanese restaurant located in Stockholm, Sweden. We have given them a new identity, created a new beer to the brand and also developed a new take away concept. Inspiration are taken from the colorful Japanese culture and handwork. From there we created a pattern and colors that in a playful and personal way will bring new costumers to the restaurant.
Research: There are more germs on the can than in the public lavatory!? This is the simple packaging solution by Qianwen Dong
“Drink with Clean” is a simple, convenient and safe packaging design of the can mouth, which can protect the mouth from the contamination.Based on the idea of separating the air and the can mouth by using the aseptic membrane, we designed a new packaging of the can mouth.
Verano De España Wine Label Design by ESTUDI ENRIC AGUILERA ASOCIADOS (Spain)
Packaging for spanish wines “Verano de España” (summers in Spain). Vintage illustrations with typical Spanish dishes.
Fratelli Spirini Soft Cheese Packaging #Design by Gordost (Russia)
The design effect of Fratelli Spirini pack is based on the combination of black and white graphics and a distinctive holder case. The pack is complemented with outside parts creating an image of a cute cow. Therefore its design lays stress on the natural milk origin of the cheese: as if cows not only produce cheese, but also sell it with no middlemen involved.
Bonnie & Clyde Gin Packaging Design by Pearly Yon (South Africa)
These labels were designed for a micro distillery in Belgium. The brief required a pair of labels that would be applied to a limited run of hand crafted gin. The sweeter tasting gin was to be called Bonnie and the stronger tasting gin was to be called Clyde. All the type on these labels have been created from scratch, finding inspiration from the 1930’s era.
Abelha Organic Cachaça beehive packaging design by Design Happy (UK)
Abelha organic Cachaça is a distilled spirit made from sugar cane juice and hails from Rio de Contas, a beautiful old mining town which sits amongst the hills and valleys of the southern Chapada Diamantina. It is the most popular distilled alcoholic beverage in Brazil.
Lovely bubbles on Obi Pr(obi)otic Soda label – design by The Creative Method
The Creative Method’s design challenge was to marry scientific and healthy efficacy with sodas fun and vibrancy. The solution utilised an abundance of white space on the label to deliver healthy efficacy – stark contrast to overly saturated coloured cans and labels of most US soda brands. Natural ingredient photography is masked by science inspired bubble style illustrations. Resulting in easily recognisable flavour variants whilst retaining the fun and vibrancy required within the soda space.
Ekselence Macaroons Popsicle Packaging Design by Alexey Gorozhanin (Latvia)
Ekselence is an absolute dream for anyone with a sweet tooth. The packaging shows a delicious combination of the subtle flavors inside the popsicles, and it almost looks as though the macarons, flowers, chocolate, and nuts are exploding out of the popsicle on the front. Although the flavors seem straightforward, the images imply that there is more than meets the eye inside each sweet treat. The photos of the popsicle take center stage on the packaging, appealing to those looking for a dessert that is more than just the traditional popsicle.
A Bowl of Rice packaging design by Shanghai Version (China)
The gift package design of organic rice and the bowl for a brand which focus on farm products.This concept takes design inspiration from traditional Chinese Rice Container in countryside.
Mon Choco Chocolate packaging design by Futura (Mexico)
Mon Choco is a chocolate brand based in Ivory Coast. The main characteristic of the brief was that our client’s family had been working with cocoa for generations. She decided to formalize her grandfather’s company putting special attention in highlighting that every ingredient and process of every product will be crafted locally. An unusual characteristic of luxury products over there.