Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In January 2020

Derrick Lin


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of January 2020. 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!

GARSTONE – 56 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky designed by Constantin Bolimond

Comprising over 60% single malts – an unusually high ratio – our 56 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky would traditionally have been described as ‘deluxe.’ The word deluxe comes from the French `de luxe’ or ‘of luxury’ and is the perfect description for our latest release, paying tribute both to its great age, and its exceptional flavour.

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Ani Product packaging design by Backbone Branding

In the Armenian village culture, cows play a very important role, and people have over the centuries created a very strong bond with this mammal, given that usually entire families and villages depended on this animal for a living.

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Vanilla Mooncake packaging design by Constantin Bolimond

The visual design on the package illustrates a procession of noble animal characters in an ancient Chinese era bringing gifts to the moon festival. The illustration on each tin shows a different gesture of animal characters such as dancing and playing a musical instrument enjoyably.

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Gütermann Threads – Extra Strong packaging design by Lesha Limonov

The main properties of polyester threads are their high strength, wear resistance, decorative appearance. Such threads withstand any load and in structure, they are very similar to a cable. We decided to express the properties of the thread through a metaphor, namely to show high strength and decorative appearance.

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Dino&me packaging design by Ksenya Ippolitova

Dino&me is more than just about children nutrition. It is an exciting world of prehistoric wildlife where every meal-time transforms into an adventure-time!

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Friends of the Ice (student project) packaging design by Choo Jing Xin

The packaging box is designed to look like ice pieces. Inside the box included paper animals of the endangered species, where consumers can arrange them on the ice pieces, symbolizing the idea of helping these animals back to their habitat. The design aims to promote the idea of caring for the environment while taking care of one’s health and beauty.

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Woodker packaging design by PG Brand Reforming Company

Shine bright like a moonshine! And Woodker is the brightest one. Our team has developed a new brand for authentic Eastern European moonshine. This is a high-proof distilled spirit of excellent quality, smoked on a copper alembic and purified with natural coal filtration. We were inspired by the naturalness of this drink and we’ve decided to show this nature-based character in packaging as well.

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Chupa Chups brand expansion by Vibranding

If there is one brand that is instantly recognisable on account of its logotype and its visual identity, then that brand is Chupa Chups. Its visual code is powerful, colourful, psychedelic, a bit motley… It is unique, as brands should be. And they came to us with this request: How can we continue to build our brand in the food products that we license? The answer was obvious: with imagination, relish and charm.

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Unshackled Wines packaging design by Co-Partnership

Unshackled is inspired by the freedom to leave the rule book behind, a behavior that has always been expressed through The Prisoner Wine Company’s unconventional approach.

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Hole In The Clouds packaging design by Masters of Brands

Inspired by its place of origin, this New Zealand wine is centered around the tales of the Māori tribes. Just like the traditional carved body art of its people, the design captures the legend in meticulous detail using striking illustration and sharp black and white contrasts. The label is finished with a raised glass, like the Māori tattoo markings that raise on the skin, quickly grabbing the attention of those who pass by.

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