Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In September 2016

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Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of September 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!

CS Electric light bulb #packaging #design by Angelina Pischikova

CS company’s branding and packaging has been inspired by the old physics books which are diagrams of electrical circuits and illustration of scientific experiments in the style of engravings. Inventor Thomas Edison ‘s words that a firefly is an ideal cold light source prompted the idea of ​​comparing the various forms of light bulbs with various insects . So a client will see it not just as an ordinary luminaire, but as an independent form.

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Elderbrook drinks packaging design by & SMITH

David Folkman and Craig Jones quit their jobs at Innocent Drinks to start Elderbrook Drinks last year. Their new brand, created by & SMITH and We All Need Words, calls out the overclaims of big sugary soft drinks and squash, and gently mocks the latest health fads. Elderbrook Drinks send cordials by post and you can also buy them in independent shops.

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Tyto Alba wine packaging design by Rita Rivotti

In honour of Companhia das Lezírias’ great example of respect for nature, we created this award winning wine brand concept and image that presents you Tyto alba, also known as the Barn Owl. By supporting a species preservation project, TytoTagus, Companhia das Lezírias participated in the increase of the barn owl’s community in their properties, becoming the largest in the world. This bird’s attentive look guards the vineyards, protecting them against plagues and intruders, leaving a strong imprint in these wines.

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Enzyme Drink packaging design by Mousegraphics

Our yoga inspired characters are human-fruit playful hybrids restricted to elegant curvy lines and natural colors so that taste, serenity and body-mind health can be evoked in a natural, unpretentious way. The two fruit-plant combinations (noni and elderflower/ rose, pomegranate and blueberry) are apparent within each character’s features while the rest of the packaging is kept white with balanced typography for all relevant information. This is a packaging which focuses on the effective and smooth cooperation of different design elements in order to suggest peace of mind, balance of body and an innocent, youthful mood.

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Kabuki luxury spirits packaging design concept by SeriesNemo

Kabuki is a design concept, a contemporary vision for ultra luxury spirits completely different from baroque products of the category. It presents two different bottles of spirits, honoring the Kabuki performers, that were initially women and later men. Among the Japanese performing arts, Kabuki is considered to be the most experimental theater.

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REAL SHIT manure packaging design

Real Shit was founded by Federico Lodolini, Riccardo Mercati and Alan Dindo with the aim of bringing wholesome organic farmyard manure to urban farmers and horticultural revolutionaries. The brand seeks to remind us that eating is an agricultural act and that food consciousness starts from the rediscovery of where food comes from.

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Method + Standard Vodka packaging design by Device Creative Collaborative

Method + Standard is a vodka for those who care equally about what goes in to the bottle as what comes out of it. This dual-concept approach is embodied in a brand identity as carefully crafted as the vodka itself. Embracing the spirit’s all-natural, additive-free, small-batch sensibility – following it from the sourcing of its off-the-branch ingredients to the memorable experience of the final pour – each design element underpins the notion that it’s the method that creates the standard, and that the two are inseparably intertwined.

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Ludlow Blunt Victorian barbershop packaging design by Stranger & Stranger

Packaging design for an old school Victorian barbershop in Brooklyn.

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Teaforia Gourmet Ground Tea packaging design by This Way Up

We used the idea of an exploding tea leaf, to reflect the flavour intensity of the product and the ground tea ingredients. The vibrant variant colours contrast with the black background to create impact and taste appeal on shelf. The Tea leaf shape has been used across the pack to contain information and bring consistency to the branding. Teaforia looks like no other tea brand and taste’s like no other.

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Blossa Annual 2016 mulled wine packaging design by Scandinavian Design Group

‘Tis the season for delicious spiced drinks! Mulled wine, or Glögg in Sweden, is a red wine made with various mulling spices and raisins. On cold winter days, it’s customary to grab a glass of it, especially at Swedish Christmas celebrations. Scandinavian Design Group designed the packaging for 2016’s Glögg release from Blossa, the market leader in Sweden, with inspiration from the Swedish wildwood and its immense and mysterious forests.

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