Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In November 2019

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Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of November 2019. 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!

EPICA Branding & Packaging created this exclusive and very poetic illustration of the dragonfly and the feather to reinforce the ephemeral and personal experience of consuming this wine.

Packaging design by EPICA | Find out more

With a focus on its sound-blocking abilities, the packaging showcases a soundwave being silenced as it’s being opened, connecting the act of using the product to choosing to silence the distractions.

Packaging design by Mosaic Canada | Find out more

The design features silhouettes with a beautiful scale inversion of color, in which you can see the main attributes of a wine restaurant – a bottle, a glass and a fork.

Packaging design by Avgust Ruslan | Find out more

Chocolate packaging for real friends! Divide your favourite dessert exactly in half or take ‘sharing is caring’ to a whole new level if you are feeling extra altruistic.

Packaging design by Bogdana Basorgina | Find out more

Design studio Horse has created the brand identity and packaging for Good Things Brewing, a new Sussex based company with a goal to build the world’s most sustainable brewery.

Packaging design by Horse | Find out more

Having decorated the label with patterns of frost and gemstones Unblvbl Branding Agency tried to associate this product with all beauty and aesthetics of the Russian North.

Packaging design by Unblvbl Branding Agency | Find out more

Seeing double? Rahim Ismayil Design designed the Double Vodka Anniversary Collection labels to do just that

Packaging design by Rahim Ismayil | Find out more

Kabura sushi is the traditional local food of Toyama Prefecture. Freshest Japanese amberjack is sandwiched between turnip and marinated in rice for several days to make this unique, rich flavored local delicacy.

Packaging design by Rhythm Inc. | Find out more

Keeping in mind that the product is organic, premium, and without any chemicals, it was decided to show the natural flower to fruit process, without any complication. The stages of flower to fruit process are pollination, fertilization, growth, development, and finally the ripening.

Packaging design by formascope design | Find out more

A Christmas Liqueur; a recipe handed down the generations by Reverend Hubert. A man of the cloth who worshipped alcohol, fun and the occasional fling as much as he did his religion. All narrated through a modern stained glass illustration style. Black foiling on the label to reflect the lead word.

Packaging design by Pencil Studio Ltd | Find out more