Check out this week's top 10 package designs based on your clicks here on The Dieline. Lots of great holiday packaging this week, check them all out below!
Every year Starbucks' designs a range of holiday packaging for their to-go cups and packaged coffees. For me, the iconic red Starbucks cups mark the start of the holiday season.
Snoop Dogg's Rolling Words, a 2012 The Dieline Award Winner, is back in the top 10 this week!
Each page is a rolling paper with Snoop’s greatest songs and lyrics written on them - in non-toxic ink – for your rolling pleasure. The pages are perforated making them easy to detach.
"We know December can get overwhelming, so this year we’ve sent our clients a Holiday Survival Kit. This advent kit contains a gift for each day that will help them navigate the whirlwind nature of the season. But we also know there’s some chatter about the world ending on December 21, so the Holiday Survival Kit doubles as an Apocalypse Survival Kit."
Depot WPF branding consultancy has designed new elite tea brand for Riston tea company. It will shortly appear on store shelves in Russia, Germany, France and Australia.
Jimmy Gleeson from Melbourne created this incredible Brand design, packaging and ongoing creative direction for reusable glass coffee cup brand, Joco.
New Year Stories are cookies packaging that brings festive mood. No excessive solemnity, but a gift to compliment the loved ones.
"Pepsi is announcing a true creative and wide-ranging global collaboration with worldwide music icon, Beyoncé. Together we will collaborate in developing new content and innovative ways to engage fans, consumers and retailers to benefit both brands."
Russian design firm Fresh Chicken developed a brand name, made a logo and designed a package for a flour brand "Bolshaya pol'za" ("A Great Sake")."
When one of thier designers is to be wed, Sciencewerk, an independant studio in Surabaya, Indonesia went all out to create a beautiful concept and design for the invitation package and cake packaging. We especially love the illustrations and intricate layers of the invitations. The variaty and stories presented on the cake boxes are fun and personal to the couple.
"Hooghoudt Rich Genever. Hooghoudt is a well-known family distillery from Groningen, the Netherlands. They started in 1888 and slowly became the biggest Dutch distiller with the introduction of genevers (Dutch Gin)." But in the Netherlands this market is aging and declining."