Packaging Design News

Packaging Design News

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

 

Michalsky Urban Nomads

Embossed text in the glass. We wanted the perfume to get the same qualities as the clothing line: "MICHALSKY caters for the high fashion segment and combines classic styles with streetwear influences. The result is impressive, with discrete luxury and urban flair for cosmopolitan customers who value the combination of high quality, tradition and the latest fashion trends."

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oi1 for Candiasoil

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MediaDevil Artisanpouch Packaging Design

The Artisanpouch has been designed economically in regards to both its design and manufacturing. The packaging is environmentally responsible, using the minimum amount of packaging materials, whilst still being able to incorporate the biggest size devices in the mobile market. Another important factor to consider was to ensure the packaging worked well in a variety of sizes, and would efficiently use any retail space it was placed in.

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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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Lithuanian Vodka Gold Limited Edition

The special edition of Lithuanian Vodka Gold designed with modern ethnographical symbols is an unexpected link between yesterday and today. The old ethnographical symbols – oak leaves and lily flowers – have been revived. In the Lithuanian folklore lilies are associated with femininity and oak – with masculinity, strength and courage. Therefore the female and male elements are intertwined in the design, while the Lithuanian spirit is emphasised by the colours of the Lithuanian flag – yellow, green and red

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Quilmes Metal Bottle

This packaging changes its graphic under an ultraviolet light, when the "spirits of fun" appear. The ghaphic proposal consisted on covering, with a texture of little silver mosaics, the body of the bottle. The coldness of the material was counteracted and its lightness was taken to the extreme. These mosaics alter the chromatic palette in the central part creating, with different blues, the letter “Q”, synthesis of the beer logo. The ink used imposed that no other ink can touch it. This limitation was overcome thanks to the “kaleidoscope” design; its internal lines form the silhouettes.

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