Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of March 2018. 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!
"Over 18 months in the making - and it shows." theory11 High Victorian Playing Cards packaging design by Joe White
High Victorian Playing Cards were inspired by the intricate, breathtaking style of the Victorian era. Every element was designed from scratch with painstaking, relentless attention to detail.
Every single playing card within the High Victorian deck was designed from scratch - even the Aces, Jokers, and court cards exude the grand excess of ornamentation quintessential to the Victorian era. In a word: breathtaking.
In&Out wine packaging design by Spazio Di Paolo
In the eastern culture, the carp is a widely appreciated animal, not only for his beauty and colors, but also for the meanings behind it, like perseverance and luckiness. A carp is always moving forward, and it’s considered one of the strongest and most energetic fishes. It’s capable of swimming against the currents, and thanks to that ability, a carp is also interpreted as a nonconformist symbol, able to easily overtake difficulties.
"Born to become food" - R.I.P packaging design by Constantin Bolimond
The project R.I.P offers unexpected point of view on the manufacture and consumption of canned meats, for the consumers.
Oil-canned AYU packaging design by Masahiro Minami Design
These are small Ayu canned in high quality oil. They are called ‘Koayu’(‘Ko’ means ‘small’) and they can be caught only in Lake Biwa - the biggest lake in Japan. In other lakes or rivers, Ayu usually grow bigger but in Lake Biwa, their size remains small. ‘Koayu’ have been familiar as a local delicacy to the people in the OHMI area.
Chiavalon olive oil gift packaging design by Bruketa&Zinic&Grey
The Chiavalon Family from Istria is doubtlessly the most awarded producer of extra virgin olive oils in Croatia. Their Ex Albis Olive Oil has been listed among the top 25 organic extra virgin olive oils globally. In view of the worldwide reputation earned to date, the Chiavalon Family came to a conclusion that their brand should promote Istria, which is why they have recently launched a special gift edition in an interesting souvenir format. Every bottle is clad in a miniature traditional Istrian house adorned with art inspired illustrations.
Airwick Life Scents Room Spray packaging design by VanBerlo
Developed from in-depth consumer findings, VanBerlo has created Air Wick Life Scents; an innovative aerosol dispenser that combines both looks and convenience. With its elegant yet comfortable grip, the Air Wick Life Scents range provides consumers with enhanced control and superior in-use experience.
Tet Gift Box 2018 packaging design by Dong Hoa Concept / Thuan Hoang
Lunar New Year is one of the biggest festivals of the year. Vietnamese celebrate New Year with exciting activities including dragon dance, fireworks , grandparents' visit, and the most important thing is, all the family members gather around and share their stories of the past year with good tea, sweet snacks and traditional cakes.
NAHLA Raw Organic Ethiopian #Honey #packaging #design by Cre8tive Pixels
Nahla, an Arabic name that reportedly means “honeybee” or “thirst-quenching”. The logotype is inspired by the dancing movement of the honey bee and it’s flight path while it works. The packaging design reflects the luxury, premium product that is Nahla Raw Ethiopian Organic Honey. The unique rhombus shaped boxes tessellate to create the iconic hexagonal honeycomb shape. We shot the images as part of the marketing campaign including the macro shots of the honey bees.
The Shaping Collection packaging design by VOLTA
With the release of VOLTA’s newly designed brand identity and the creation of a new Product Design Department, the studio felt the need to create a visual interpretation of of the underlying concept behind their visual identity - Consequence. An interpretation that would explain the way they work, but also the feelings involved during the design process, from the briefing to the production phase.
PIN - Clever Stackable Tray - packaging design by Sun Li
To begin with, the project conducts research on the existing distribution package of agricultural products on the market, and discovers that most packaging materials have problems in terms of materials, handling, and recycling, etc. The design is geared towards making the packaging less expensive, more environmentally friendly and more convenient. Finally, collapsible bags made of paper pulp are realized.