Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In August 2018

Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of August 2018. 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!

The Tale of Cuoi mooncake packaging design by The Purpose Group

A reimagining of a classic children’s fable of the Mid-Autumn Festival, with a slight steampunk twist. Whereas mooncake packaging trends lean more and more towards the delicacy aesthetics, our design team choose to champion the characters that carry on the cultural spirit of this festive season.

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Botanical Coffee Co. packaging design by Green Chameleon

Botanical Coffee Co is a concept coffee brand that takes inspiration from mother nature and more specifically botanical studies. With a focus on using natural and plant based products to aid in the production of the finest coffee products, the brand needed a vibrant and high-end visual identity system with key links to nature at it’s core.

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East West Tea packaging design by tds

Modern design, illustrated by the artist, gives the impression of exclusivity, because the collection of tea is handmade. This image of tea will emphasize the packaging on the shelf and add positive emotions on the kitchen table.

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Opland Aquavit packaging design by Stranger & Stranger, Manufactured by MW Luxury

The Norwegian company Arcus is a leading producer of wines and spirits in the Scandinavian region, famous for being the world’s largest aquavit manufacturer. Recently, the MW Luxury team got the opportunity to work with Arcus in tandem with the London design house Stranger & Stranger.

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Hand crafted patterns from cacao pod – 9th & Larkin packaging design by Fos & Co.

San Francisco based, bean-to-bar chocolatier, 9th & Larkin pride themselves in hand-crafting each and every chocolate bar, directly from the raw cacao beans they source from regions all around the world. In order to create a packaging design that would reflect the rawness of their product, it felt natural to turn to the point of origin of the chocolate: the cacao pod.

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PACK’D Food Supplements packaging design by Davy Dooms

PACK’D makes it easy with two pre-made packs of high quality supplements. These little packs of goodness create a total solution for an energized body and a focused mind. A Dawn blend to give your day an energy boost, and a Dusk pack to nourish your body at night. Both designed to deliver you the nutrients your body needs at the times when you need them the most.

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Bagra wine packaging design by Iki Michailov

Vibrant patterns and colourways crafted by Iki Michailov differentiate for Bagra wine. These original patterns adopt an illustrative style typical of traditional fabrics to reinforce the authenticity of the brand whilst creating standout on shelf and demonstrating the strength of flavour within each bottle of wine.

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Bandido Coffee packaging design by Magpie Studio

Bandido is an independent coffee brand for free spirited individuals. Born in Laurel Canyon, it channels the Californian counterculture spirit by bucking the system of larger coffee chains and corporates. More than just perfectly roasted, high grade coffee, Bandido is a movement, blending aspiration with action. It’s a brand with attitude – bold and simple, but disruptive and playful.

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The Foxtale packaging design by Think Bold Studio

Fox Tale is a Premium edition Dry Gin from Portugal, printed in blind emboss and turquoise and gold foil, the label has a vintage mood while looking fresh and appealing to a young audience.

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Sausage Fun limited edition packaging design by Jekyll and Hyde

The idea itself is easily read and more than obvious: sausages are very similar to inflatable balloons, from which clowns twist different animals.

The main problem of implementation was that one cannot twist a chicken, cow or pig from these “balloons”. Therefore, we decided to do what the children and samurai do: if common sense doesn’t work, be reckless. In other words, we gave up logic in favor of pure emotion. Therefore, when we combine chicken and pork, we get a giraffe; and pork with beef results in a horse.

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