Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of September 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!
Pchak dried fruits & nuts packaging design by Backbone Branding
Pchak is one of those projects where the idea just stroke us and it had to be implemented in reality. While creating Pchak we didn’t want to go far from the original idea by including additional design elements. We used the same approach for naming “Pchak” which is the Armenian equivalent of “tree hollow”. Pure nature now found its place in our urban daily life.
Reusable egg packaging design by Dhruv Anand (student project)
The Egg Co. is a hypothetical brand which packages 6 eggs. The form of the packaging replicates the design of a briefcase hence the name – The Egg Co. It comes with a handle and 6 sockets to fit the eggs in. The packaging can be used in three different ways according to the convenience of the user.
Niceballs packaging design by Imaginarte Comunicación Creativa
The whole world will be able to “touch their balls” and it has been popular pressure in social networks which has achieved it. Creatives who launched what was to be only an idea withstood for several months to make it happen, since the presentation video already warned that “the product was born exhausted”. It was then that social networks triggered an avalanche of “pre-reservations”, that in turn drove a crowdfunding project. All this has culminated in a toy which is stuck beneath the tables of hundreds of people around the world.
YAN juice packaging design by Backbone Branding
Backbone Branding’s collaboration with SIS Natural juice manufacturer started years ago, by developing a new juice brand YAN. As a result was developed a unique glass bottle which immediately put the product into premium category.
The concept of the bottle was designed based on biomimicry principles: bitten apples put one after another which serves as a visual feature for the shape of the bottle. This way of arranging the bottles allows for a significant save of space both on shelves and in a container.
Super Meat packaging design by Yulia Trunov
The project is a branding of “Super Meat” company, which is currently developing cultured meat from animal stem cells. During the preparation process, a stem cell is taken once from each animal in a way that does not harm the animal itself. Thus, the meat remains identical in taste and does not require animal slaughter. In few years from now cultured meat will take its place on the market and change the meat industry forever. The public’s views are contradictory – many support a process that will free the animals from their suffering without causing a change in our way of life. On the other hand, many argue that the cultured meat is “too strange” and “not real meat”.
Bow Lock Brewery packaging design by DUSK
DUSK was lucky enough to be asked to develop this series of beer can designs for new London based Bow Lock Brewery. Punchy and vibrant patterned labels to reflect the same nature of these tasty beers!
Beekeeper honey packaging by Busy Bee
“Beekeeper” is a unique thyme honey produced by the company “Ergastiri Meliou” with an eye-catching packaging design made of wood, acrylic paint and white tulle. This innovative packaging was designed to be exhibited at the 5th “Oh, it’s so souvenir to me!”. An exhibition which presents contemporary touristic souvenirs designed by modern Greek designers.
Fast&Fresco Take-away packaging design by Auge Design
Fast & Fresco is a young brand operating in the vegetable market distinctive of its cutting edge cooking process which allows, thanks to the machines speed, to keep the freshness of the ingredients.
Besides Classic, Premium and Wellness range, Fast & Fresco produces a single-dose take away pack with an innovative cluster system that allows to hold the container without burning. For this range of products the goal was to make something that stands out but always fitting with the whole Fast & Fresco family.
O.LIVE beauty packaging design by Aris Goumpouros
Throughout its long history, olive oil has been used as a beauty “elixir,” with popular experience demonstrating its beneficial effects centuries before it captured the interest of modern researchers. Utilizing its many qualities, O.LIVE created a unique full line of care products featuring olive oil as the main ingredient.
Marbled Pig salami packaging design concept by Mary Sniezek
Marbled Pig is a conceptual food company that produces hand crafted salami. It’s brand parallels meats unexpected design pattern, and reflects the quality of the product. The package was created to enhance a customers experience with the high end value. By utilizing the woods durable and flexible qualities the outer shell unwraps to serve as a cutting board. This provides users with an easier experience when preparing salami.