Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In October 2018

Derrick Lin


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

CUAC AOVE – Extra Virgin Olive Oil packaging design by Cabelloxmure

CUAC AOVE is an excellent Extra Virgin Olive Oil that will surprise you because of its organoleptic features, intense flavour and scent. Cuac is also a new packaging concept, modern, fresh and with a clear purpose: to take care of you.

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Omdesign 2017 Self-promotional packaging by Omdesign

In line with the environmental care and the sustainability we have always support, we have designed this special self-promotion packaging to celebrate with all our clients and partners the 165 distinctions, national and international, that we have been awarded with. This small gesture reinforces our huge respect for nature and, essentially, our commitment to the future.

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Magia Piura chocolate packaging design by Alejandro Gavancho

Magia Piura is a brand that specialises in chocolate and cacao derivitives and is based in Piura, Perú where it produces a distributes its products. Piura is place well-known for its mysticism and there are parts of the province that still hold on to the tradition and beliefs of shamans and spells.

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Do you have a medicine box at home and you can’t figure out which medicine does what? Packaging design by student Akkshit Khattar

Sim-Pill is a medicine packaging concept for some basic over the counter drugs to make them easily recognizable to everyone.

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Al Capone’s Prison packaging design by StudioBah

Alphonse Gabriel Capone, also known as “Scarface” was one of the most famous American gangsters. He rose to infamy as the leader of the Chicago Outfit – an Italian-American organized crime syndicate – during the Prohibition era.

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Pikes: Limited Release Beer Label design by Black Squid Design

Taking inspiration from the freshwater Pike and their two-toned scales, the limited release label was designed to give an overall refined contemporary feel, with a simple minimalist look to break the mould of the typical craft beer. Using colours associated with the beer varietal to create an elegant and sophisticated colour palette. The labels pattern mimics a textural raised fish scale feel while highlighting one gold scale to symbolise its rarity.

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‘Hello from Banksy!’ — concept cards design by Lesha Limonov

Belarusian graphic designer Lesha Limonov created postcards based on famous Banksy’s artwork – the self-destruction of the painting “Girl With Balloon”. Happened during the auction caused a great resonance and feedback in social networks.

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COCO canned food packaging design by Telmo Cendán

Coco was born as a brand oriented to bring organic products of high quality to the consumer in a fresh way and away from the classical visual language in this type of products. Through geometrical uses and a palette of bright colors, we designed a contemporary brand with a very careful graphic treatment.

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Adamo Hammock packaging design by Classmate Studio

Packaging and identity case for Adamo, a delightful family-oriented company designing and manufacturing hammocks and other accessories for babies and young children. The visuals of the packaging consist of simple splatters and brush lines, similar to children’s doodles and drawings. An all lowercase logotype is combined with a stork emblem, giving it a playful, humane touch. High quality recyclable materials and the use of rose foil emphasises the exclusivity and exceptional quality of the product.

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Bieder & Maier #coffee #packaging #design by Kobza and The Hungry Eyes – KTHE GmbH

In 2011, the Viennese coffee house tradition was officially included in UNESCO’s list of national intangible cultural heritage. Nevertheless, there are only a few coffee brands that refer to this tradition. Internationally, Blue Bottle is probably the best known, named after Vienna’s first coffee house. And if a New York brand honours the Viennese coffee house tradition, there should also be one in Austria. A brand that manages to establish Austria as the world city of coffee in the minds of the locals, under the sign of Heritage, Craft and Lifestyle. And subsequently in the minds of the whole world.

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