Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In April 2020



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

Niño Terrible Wine packaging design by Arena-Bahamonde Creatividad Argentina

This is the story of a restless, indomitable boy who fought for noble causes and as an adult turned his entire instinct into his magical wines.

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Favorit & Co by Stefan Jandl / Andi Zellweger

Stefan Jandl and Andi Zellweger create Body & Mind Products in Zurich. Every piece of wood and all the ingredients are made by locals and are based on real craftmanship. They try to work against the loud overconsumption. That’s why everything is as simple and pure as possible. The collection is called Favorit&Co.

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VK Wine packaging design by Studio Size

VK is a wine brand with a long tradition and a young innovative chief winemaker. For the past five years, we have been overseeing the brand’s evolution, which has reached a new stage. The brand has grown and became prominent for its product quality and distinctive branding. It was time to update the brand’s identity and packaging to reinforce the brand’s image and new positioning as a winery&gallery.

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Valenlime Dried Fruits packaging design by Alemozaffar and Partners

Valenlime is a new brand in Swedish to import and distribute dried fruits and nuts from Iran to Europe and Nordic countries. Our clients want to have practical packaging for their new products that directly buy from farmers and deliver to consumers. Their products were nature and exactly fresh! So, after researching the market, we decided to paint fruits on a textured paper and use it as a key visual of our minimal packaging design.

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Akio #packagingdesign by Robert Dadashev and Katya Mushkina

More than anything, children love to play. Akio is a Japanese-style bathing tool that turns the bathing process into a fun and interactive game. Parents can play with children attracting their attention with an interesting package. The removable kimono will surprise a toddler, grab their attention and change his or her attitude to a bathing process.

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POSITANO (YES) #packagingdesign by Open Studio Stockholm

Positano is an Italian bar at the exclusive department store NK in Stockholm. The name origins from the small lemon-cultivating village by the Amalfi Coast which is said to be both the happiest and weirdest place on earth, in which the identity and packaging concept is expected to dramatize.

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Canaïma Gin packaging design by Morillas Branding Agency

There’s a beverage that carries with it an untouched mystery. A gin born in the unknown depths of the Amazon crafted with rare local botanics and raised with its surrounding myths. Inspired by the landscape and the spell of the Amazonian territory, we designed a brand influenced by the genuine mysteries of the Canaïma Park.

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Dalston’s Soda – delivery boxes by B&B studio

B&B studio has worked with Dalston’s Soda – a brand with community at its heart – to design flavour-generic outerboxes for shipping that brilliantly reinforce its ‘soda with soul’ brand positioning. The delivery boxes help create further brand love from existing online buyers, while introducing new consumers to the brand’s values and personality.

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Cadbury New Global Brand Identity by Bulletproof

Cadbury has unveiled a fresh new look for the iconic identities of both Cadbury and Cadbury Dairy Milk. Living true to the progressive vision of the founder, John Cadbury, the new identity celebrates the brand’s inherent goodness and generous spirit with a distinctive and modern twist.

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DEARVINCENT packaging design by Znakovy

Dear Vincent is a book by Mandy Hager, published in 2013, about a lonely girl who is passionate about the works of a great artist. This is the name of our new wine project as a tribute to Vincent van Gogh.

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