Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In November 2016

Derrick Lin


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

We love these bugs – Haps Handy Bugs Pliers packaging design concept by Igor Mitin

It is not difficult just to paint the package in the brand colours, but we would like to make the pliers to disappear, to dissolve in any other image. Thus, it would be interested for a person taking the package to look thereupon. Therefore, these bugs have appeared. Body shape of most bugs looks like pliers. Powerful teeth are jaws. Rigid shards are going away as plier handles. Various sizes and types of bugs in the nature allow to us to make various body configurations to demonstrate variety of the pliers. The similar colours of shell (yellow and black) combine all bugs into the entire brand set.

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Chinese Seal Wine packaging design by Riliang Zhang

One day while talking on WeChat online, Riliang Zhang found the link to the national Maotai contest in China and promptly took part in it. Taking inspiration from the ancient Chinese name seals of the past, Riliang Zhang designed a premium wine packaging that only contain the finest Chinese wine.

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Real Banana Milk Concept packaging design by Dongwook Yoon

What if you can drink banana milk like peeling a fresh banana to take a bite? You can wrap off a bottle of banana milk like peeling a real banana. By reflecting the emotion and the memory of peeling a banana, this packing idea can highlight the freshness and sweetness of the banana milk as you take a bit of the real banana.

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Sweet-Tooth Snacks packaging design by Sergei Asvides

Cute little packaging of snacks named “Sweet-Tooth”. Making using of snack sticks, a creative image of a girl (the mascot) with “snacks hair” is created. It certainly will leave a deep impression and stand out from the supermarket shelves.

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JENE. – Gin+Whiskey packaging student project by Brenna Veenstra

Inspired by the confusion of the pronunciation of jenever… (JENIFER?)… I have branded a company called JENE. Right now jenever is known as an old-man-at-the-bar drink. In the attempt to target a younger audience, I have branded JENE as more of a gift item for young millennials. With using a minimal Dutch inspired design, I have created a modern take on jenever.

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T2 Tea Mini Fruits packaging design

Imagine wandering through bustling markets and enchanting souks lined with alluring scents, quirky wares and exotic flavours. A basket of sweet bananas to your left, freshly cut watermelon up ahead. Inspired by bountiful fruit baskets found in bustling marketplaces, T2 Fruits is part of T2’s 2016 Christmas campaign, The Grand Most Exotic Bazaar. Just as nature intended, the T2 Fruits packaging is 100% glue less and environmentally friendly.

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Mr. Tail Cream Based Cocktails student concept design by Gökçe Düzgün

Mr. Tail Cream Based Cocktails passionately embraces pleasure and delight of the coffee & chocolate with blending it’s unique spirits and flavors. As a distinguished gentleman “Mr. Tail” himself salutes users from his own goods. Branding concept based on to give an impression of a high quality, personalized product from the very first sight.

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Bulleit Bourbon Frontier Whiskey packaging design by ButterflyCannon

Bulleit Bourbon is a Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, with a high-rye content and iconic frontier inspired bottle. Bulleit came to us to create a new outer pack which would look disruptive on shelf whilst still in keeping with the brand’s straight-talking and authentic character.

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WhittleWood Craft Brewery packaging design by Christi du Toit

WhittleWood is a craft brewery that marries these two elements in a harmonious manner. All bottles are recycled, all inks used in the printing process are organic, and the production process utilises environmentally friendly methods wherever possible.

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Thinking Tree Spirits packaging design by Hired Guns Creative

For Thinking Tree Spirits, our goal was to create an interactive packaging experience with the playful exuberance of storybooks and Rococo scrollwork, all evocative of the lush bounty of Oregon. We designed the Thinking Tree brandmark for flexibility, personifying the brand as a contemplative woman collared and crowned with ornamental branches that either gently germinate or grow wild to fill the canvas, be it the small circular icon on the cap, or front and centre on the hangtag.

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