PACKAGING YOU SHOULDN’T MISS #97

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Derrick Lin

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Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the issue of #97. 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 Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest page. These projects will definitely inspire you for your next design project, be sure to register/login to your account now to submit your latest packaging projects!

GUAYUSA – ENERGIA DA AMAZÔNIA by MOVE DESIGN

Guayusa, a leaf native to the Amazon rainforest, is high in caffeine and is a natural source of energy. During the research to create the graphic project, we discovered that tea from the Guayusa’s leaf was used by indigenous peoples at dawn, during dream interpretation rituals.

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UNIVITIS – CHÂTEAU LES VERGNES by AGENCE DES COTEAUX

Typographic design for the new labels of the Château les Vergnes range of grape varieties in a limited edition for the CHR. Highly visual and impactful labels printed on Tintoretto Gesso paper from Manter (Fedrigoni).

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BONRAW ORGANIC SUGARS AND NATURAL SWEETENERS by INTERTYPE STUDIO

The UK has seen a war waged against sugar for the last decade or so – and rightly so!

Because the giants of sugar production historically made sugar that was overly refined, artificial, and Stripped of all goodness and flavour. The sugar that we have been eating was made as bad for us as it possibly could be and something needed to change.

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HOLY COW TEA by THISANDTHATSTUDIO

Herbal tea provides you with that authentic tea experience you are entitled to. We provide you with exclusive teas from premium select tea estates. These estates are known for their quality and ethical practices.

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LICORES STO SANTÓ Y CREMAS STA by JAVIERGARDUNO

These liquors and creams are a tribute to the monks of the monasteries where these drinks began to be made. For the graphics, we have made some illustrations with the most characteristic saints and a combination of stamping colors to differentiate each one of them framed in a Romanesque cloister, all on the label that covers the entire bottle.

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KICKING GOAT CIDER by LIMEGREENTANGERINE

Kicking Goat Cider is a proper, serious Somerset craft cider — big on flavour, style, and a discerning, boujee sophistication. The core of this brief sought to reject typical staid category clichés — sweeping pruned orchards, impossibly perfect apples, tractors and dusty farmhouses etc — whilst also swerving the punky aesthetic craft brands otherwise roll with. We crafted a brand around a simple concept: ‘dolce vita cider.’ This drove an elegant and timeless, understated aesthetic, beautifully classic in spirit and style.

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ANDARA by IVAN COELLO

Society has always taught us how certain things are. They label actions, how we behave, how we should be and even what we eat and when to do it. Andara is aware of these labels and even more so for being a quinoa brand. Quinoa has always been labeled as a healthy, difficult to cook, unfun and even insipid food, only focused on the fit or gym audience.

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XOCTAIL by MAMBA STUDIO

Chocolates with cocktail base. Inspired by the patterns of William Morris (1834-1896). The challenge was to combine a very traditional product with a contemporary and chic look through unique and daring flavors. Reinvent a tradition.

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HAV DRY GIN by VICTOR BIASI

The bottle was designed to convey the entire concept and perceptions that we wanted to convey from the name to the gin recipe. First, the use of robust glass and a translucent painting in a light blue tone brings an idea of ​​pure, crystalline, and smooth water. Afterward, we worked with a texture of waves, made in relief at the bottom of the bottle, to symbolize the concept of the name itself: the sea.

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KYOTO COLD BREW COFFEE by FLOV BRANDING STUDIO

The packaging design is both minimalistic and related to the ethnic origin of the coffees used for maceration. We have enriched the whole with typography inspired by the labeling of coffee deliveries in the form of beans from around the world.

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