Packaging You Shouldn’t Miss In April 2021

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Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of April 2021. 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!


OOPS! by UPRISE

OOPS! – is a high quality and incredibly tasty treats for cats and dogs. It is so delicious that the pets are ready for anything to get to them.

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Imbian Express Test Kits by Arseniy Nikitenko, Pechendre

The concept is based on emotions conveyed by faces in abstract style. Substances were divided into two categories – stimulant and sedatives.

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The Good Dumpling Co. by WORK AND COMPANY

The Good Dumpling Co.: As a child dumplings take me back to babushka’s (grandma’s) chicken & dumpling soup. That ball of dough filled with savory yummy goodness that’s saturated with chicken broth, always reminds me of the when baba used to take care of us when we were sick.

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Young Salt Gin by Stefan Knezevic

Young Salt is a contemporary London Dry Gin passionately handcrafted in Belgrade, Serbia. Idea behind the design concept was to portray experience of gin itself with the story of journey one make thorough his life while sailing on a different seas.

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Magnum Rebrand by Sunhouse

Magnum has updated it brand expression, reinforcing its status as the world’s most iconic ice cream. Crafted by its long-standing partners at Sunhouse, the new identity evolves the idea of pleasure as an exclusive privilege to pleasure as a liberation to be enjoyed by all.

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Antipodes New Zealand Design Concept by Petitmoulin Studio

With its modern shape, the handmade logo acts as a frame for the generous and lush New Zealand landscape surrounding the iconic « A » of the brand. The illustration is debossed with a gold foil stamping on top for a premium finish packaging.

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Gyulai Pálinka by Halisten Stúdió

The theme of the labels orbits around hedonism, luxury, high life, placed in the rococo era, reflecting on the founder Baron Harruckern’s historic period.

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Thorncroft Cordial by Studio More

The new identity and packaging design, which was inspired by the English hedgerow, sees the Thorncroft brand name feature more prominently on the pack, as well as visibly now belonging to the broader James White portfolio of drinks to enable ease of recognition both in person and through e-commerce, which is a growing sales channel for the brand.

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Kenwood Vineyards’ Rugged Elements by CF Napa Brand Design

CF Napa redesigned the new vineyard designate tier inspired by its new name – Rugged Elements – and each of the vineyard’s unique elements.

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THERMOMETER by UPRISE

There is one interesting feature in Russian language – the word “degree” is a unit of temperature measurement and at the same time it means the % of alcohol in alcoholic beverages

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