Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In February 2017

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Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of February 2017. 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, you can also submit your packaging project here!

Kuber sausage packaging design by Bunker Media

The specialists of the communication group “BunkerMedia” have created Kuber, a new brand of a pork sausage – they developed the name and the packaging design. This is an ideal sausage for sandwiches: when you cut it, you get square pieces, having the same shape as toasts.

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Peranakan Hipwrap Sarong packaging design by Zilin Yee

Baba&Nyonya Heritage Museum located in Melacca, a world heritage UNESCO site is a combination of three terrace lots that were acquired in 1861.Four generations live in the house before it was opened as a museum in 1985.The museum is name derived from the term Baba, an honorific manner of addressing a straits-born gentleman and Nyonya which addresses a Straits-born lady.

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Design Museum: New Old packaging design by Mother Design

Ageing is the next big issue on the social agenda and the Design Museum challenged us to demonstrate how design and communications could be used to shift perspectives for an exhibition entitled ‘New Old’. We noticed a tragic contradiction in perspectives on ageing when you compared people to products. In categories such as fine wines and spirits, ageing is the fundamental indicator of quality and substance.

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Geniled Bright Led Bulbs packaging design by Evgeniy Pelin

Geniled — is a young and ambitious company from Yekaterinburg (Russia), which develops and produces high-quality LED lamps for personal and enterprise usage. During the development process, we realized that the inverted bulb looks like a pear. This was the main idea of the package — to show all the products in a variety of a fruits. It’s the metaphor that LED lamps are more environmentally friendly than conventional.

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Arcobaleno Chocolate packaging design concept by Dang Vo

Arcobaleno chocolate has hydride flavour from different kind of fruits, together they create an original taste for the dark chocolate. The illustration style also project the fun and colourful attitude of the branding.

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Help Remedies Paper packaging design by Phillip Nessen

After Help Remedies’ national rollout it became clear that their paper pulp and plastic clamshell case was a nightmare to merchandise on a large scale (like really bad). Help’s product engineer Dale Trigger and I were tasked with creating a new all paper pack that kept the feel of the original pack but could be displayed neatly on pegs. We took the opportunity to move away from the generic and feature the friendly, graphic imagery we had been using regularly. Help was sold soon after, so these sadly never went into large-scale production.

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BLOCD. Typesetting – Candy Movable Types packaging design

Inspired by Gutenberg’s movable types, we produced mint candies in the shape of the six types for our logo and placed them in a package that was specially designed for the occasion, a kraft card package. The silicone moulds for the candies were made together with Papabubble.

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Wrappu – Rethinking Gift boxes #design by Micha Kumpf & Ngaire Wex

Wrappu™ giftboxes are designed to delight, with bold colours for the eyes and beautiful forms for the hands. We are all about bringing the art of beautiful packaging to giftware. Our giftboxes come in typical gift sizes (check out what kind of things fit in each box) and are printed in Germany with luscious Pantone ink on 100% recycled card.

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Aphrodite’s label design by Midday

Aphrodite’s is a brand creation for a high-end food offering based upon the cuisine of the Eastern Mediterranean. The brief was to imbue restaurant quality throughout the brand whilst appealing to high-end retailers and restaurateurs. Aphrodite, the Olympian Goddess of beauty is the main focus of the brand. Sprung from the dark-blue depths of the Eastern Mediterranean sea, she is historically represented as a beautiful woman with flowing golden hair.

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Coca-Cola (ACN) Special Edition Bottles design by FP7

Coca-Cola has always been the official sponsor of the Egyptian fans. In this football-mad nation. the national pastime has long been more than just a sport. This nation lives for football, however fans doesn’t own their national team’s jersey.

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