Stuart. Bob. Kevin.
Minions are adorable. Their unmistakable shape has inspired a couple of really good brand match-ups.
Pizza and movies go hand in hand. So, it was a matter of time before the packaging evolved to capture both.
Coca Cola marks its 100th anniversary of bottle design with a brand new series of packaging in partnership with Trussardi. This limited edition collection of aluminium cans and glass bottles rock the stylish, signature aesthetics of the
luxury Italian fashion house.
The cans feature three different designs composed of a striking splash of colors, an eye-catching motif and a dazzling gold backdrop that resembles the detailed texture of lizard leather.
These designs will debut at Expo Milan 2015 and are likely to hit shelves in Italy soon.
Pizza and greasy fingers go hand in hand. It’s a small price to pay for one of the world’s most popular fast foods. But designer Yinan Wang has a cleaner take on it.
I’m not certain if this could catch on. But the intention is smart.
Good packaging doesn’t just house a product. It interacts with it. And in the best examples – improves it.
The Proprint Creative Engine was tasked with engineering a box and carton for this popular natural cleaning product. In addition, they were also asked to re-imagine the brand identity in retail. This is what they came up with:
Established in 2006, Buncha Farmers was comprised of a group of farmers and local artisans from the Greater Toronto Region, Durham and York areas of Central Ontario.
Their line of Manuka Honey soaps are all-natural and smell terrific.
Gin and tonic is the usual drink of choice for many but what about Gin & Tea? Beefeater 24, Gin & Tea is inspired by the beauty of asian tea ingredients and the package design reflects ornate asian floral patterns. The gin bottle is contained in a box, that when opened is reminiscent of a traditional asian wooden fan.