Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of June 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!
Nongfu Spring Flavoured Water packaging design by Mousegraphics (Greece)
mousegraphics’ approach had the intention to show in a pretty straightforward way the fruit flavoring of the water. By creating the optical illusion of a floating fruit we convey the idea in an honest and direct way. The iconography of the 4 fruits – grape, pomelo, lychee and lemon – is such that it produces the very natural effect of a fresh fruit slice dipped in water; an impression enhanced by the light coloring of the water. Lettering is kept to the one side of the container so that the other offers the clear view of the free floating fruit.
Shake My Head Milkshakes packaging design by Rustam Usmanov (Russia)
Really fun and interesting milkshake cup which consist of different layers of materials – paper and plastic. The ears of the different characters are perforated for the drinker to tear them out for the extra fun!
Chocho Chocolate Packaging Concept by Hee Jae Kim (USA)
A chocolate branding project that explores packaging through type, icons, patterns and color. The patterns were inspired by observation of natural forms such as fruit and nuts, which I simplified into basic shapes. I created a technique of overlapping and layering outlines of the shapes to create an organic texture.
Pedrito Coco Packaging Design Concept by Pulsum Brands (Ecuador)
Pedrito Coco is a coconut-flavored liquor from Ecuador. Pedrito is known for its cheap and bad quality products, but this liquor make its path into every party; people drink it just for fun. We want to redesign it as a premium product with a higher quality for export.
Gold Crush wine label design by Makers & Allies (USA)
With baroque-inspired design elements swirling around the main monogram, Gold Crush is the belle of the ball. If Louis XIV were to choose a gloriously rich Chardonnay to drink at Versailles, this would be it. Delicate, embossed foil flourishes interact gracefully with the custom brand mark, creating a striking package that’s fit for a king.
Hamadi Tahini Egyptian Condiments packaging design by Tali Teper
The idea of the packaging itself (the craft wrapping paper and rope) was to make a feeling of a ritual at the opening. The name “Hamadi” is the main logo in Hebrew on the wrapping paper and beneath it it says “Egyptian high quality Tahini”. On the brown labels attached to the jars is written the kind of the tahini (raw,whole and with parsley).
ALKIMIA Premium OliveO il packaging design concept by Nancy Nieto & Isabel Tabarini
ALKIMIA Premium Olive Oil Extra Virgin with minimalistic design. This packaging really define oil’s quality and authenticity as well as to design packagings for the exclusive edition which would define oil as premium, high quality, original and valuable.
Hanaemi Cosmetics packaging design concept by Hyun Yun, HaeChan Jung, YeonHee Choi (Korea)
Hanemi is a Japanese-themed cosmetic brand. Hanemi means blooming flower, or a bright smile that blooms like a flower. We designed our product containers to deliver our story.
Sunrise Valley Egg Packaging Design Concept by Hsiao Han Chen, Amy Shun Yeh, Jiaru Lin, Chengwen Fung (USA)
Sunrise Valley is an innovative modular egg packing system, it is designed to target farmer’s market vendors, allowing consumers flexibility to purchase their desired number of eggs. Depending on the quantity of eggs being sold, the farmer / vendor is able to customize the egg packaging simply by tearing along the perforated lines.
No Wine No See packaging design by Hi Nio (Taiwan)
Main characters of plot are long time no see types, expressed through minimalistic. Label is one entire pattern in which characters and other elements of design share interesting stories.