Packaging Design News

Packaging Design News featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Noxx Bottle Design

The newly founded Eisbock brewery asked the graphic designer and illustrator Res Zinniker for a packaging design. The starting point was the name Noxx and the black bottle. The design was printed directly on the glass and a special color was selected for each type in addition to white. Dark as night (Noxx), a series with eerie creatures that stimulate the imagination was created.

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Get the hang of it

Where did all the hangers go? They’re never enough and there isn’t one around when you need it! Well, that’s about to change! The “get the hang of it” bag has two no ordinary handles. They are actually two detachable carboard hangers. The user can hang up his newly purchased clothes at once! This bag gives the opportunity to retail stores to “go green” and remain at the forefront of the fashion world. It also urges consumers that concern themselves with the state of the environment, to avoid the use of plastic bags and hangers.

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Kjaer Weis

The design of the Kjaer Weis cosmetics line distills the fundamentals of women’s makeup to its three essential areas of application: lips, cheeks and eyes. We designed compacts shaped to mirror the features they will be used to enhance: slim and long for the lips, large and square for the cheeks, small and round for the eyes. Tangibly, the compacts swivel open with an innovative lateral movement, fanning out like the wings of a butterfly. Entirely refillable, these compacts are purposely conserved rather than recycled.

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Tequila 29 Two Nine

There is no other bottle such as the one of Tequila 29 Two Nine in the whole tequila industry. Tequila 29 Two Nine represents and captures the cosmopolitan, elegant and youthful side of Mexico through its design. The main logo design, name and bottle image moves away from all the traditional, old and rustic tequila brands. Inspired by the party scene and Mexico's modern cities.

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EcoPack

This shirt packaging sets itself apart form conventional packaging by not using any plastic whatsoever. Utilizing an existing waste stream and manufacture process, this product is not only very simple to produce, but is also very simple to dispose of, the primary material composting down to nothing. The product can be first pressed, and then identified with company branding through die-cutting and printing to create a unique structural product that both looks and feels very different and interesting. Aesthetics and user interface were held in just as high regard as product sustainability.

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Hustler redesign

The Hustler redesign celebrates the erotic duality of masculinity and femininity. Products are featured in a two-fold nature, playing with relation, contrast, movement, and penetration. With the idea of two becoming one, Hustler shifts its focus towards couples, thus expanding its market and re-establishing itself as a leader in the sex industry.

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