Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the issue of #90. 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!
Ani Ice Cream by Ani Ice Cream
We solved these major problems of packaging by creating a form of ice cream and illustrating it as a window to the cow’s world. Already well-known and perceived “Tzaghik Kov” (the Flower cow) invites the consumer inside the fence to discover the delicious world of vanilla and chocolate ice cream.
Over The Spoon by Robot Food
Free-from pudding brand Freaks of Nature re-launches as Over The Spoon, a delicious dairy-free dessert range. The playful and inclusive brand, created by strategic branding agency Robot Food aims to take the range from the specialist food aisle to the mainstream chiller to go pot-to-pot with dairy counterparts.
Home JALAPEÑO by Shyika&Shyika
The visual solution of wrapping paper is very simple in focus to show the nutrient composition of the product. We’ve photographed about 100 pickled jalapeño pepper rings as main product images, and show marinade ingredients as a typography grid.
Balance Chocolates by Quatre Mains
Forming a natural foundation to the balancing figures is the brand logotype, that organically maintains the brand roots with the natural world.
Clean Routine by Natalia Radnaeva
The inspiration came from real life situation while I was preparing for house cleaning. Suddenly I realised that people tend to keep their sanitary stuff in cleaning bucket. Thus, the concept of packaging line was born.
Coolhaus by BexBrands
The left side combines photography and illustrations to create a playful attitude balanced with taste appeal. The right side has clear & clean communications, so the shopper can easily find their favorite flavor.
Veivi by Depot
The product design reflects a minimalistic approach, embodied in a philosophy that adheres to the principle of rejecting everything unnecessary, while paying special attention to taste, texture and balanced composition.
Bonita – Aguardiente by Studio Boam
The creative process was entirely inspired by the bumps and hollows present in the Andean landscape. A landscape where grow the plants which will, after gathering, constitute this spirit which has many similar characteristics to the one of a brandy.
MotherSoil by Polina Sergeeva
The earth is considered the mother of all living beings and plants, the center of fertility. A pack of good soil, like a mother’s womb, gives life to plants. Many plant lovers treat them as their ‘children’ and give them names. Many of them call themselves plants parents.
Sakari Sake by Sublimio — Branding & Strategy
The mix of contemporary design and traditional and recognizable Japanese elements (pattern, colors, asymmetrical layout).