Tardis Design is an agency in New Zealand with some attractive work. I liked their work for food purveyor, Rutherford & Meyer. Above is R&M's packaging for natural wafers. Tardis took a different angle on showing the product - a photo was taken overhead of the wafers and arranged in a symmetrical design. It's pretty and it also helps it stand out among other packaging with more traditionally photographed product photos.
Below, is their design for R&M's Honey Plus range (honey with added fruit flavors). These are simple and effective. Note the hex-shaped device in the fruit icons, which calls attention to its honey content in a subtle way.
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I happened to stumble upon some really awesome vintage design in the unexpected form of ammunition packaging. What I liked most about these boxes is the heavy wordiness evident in most vintage packaging, the classy and ornate fonts and detailing. The way these designs pull together gives me a truckload of inspiration for my next packaging design project. This stuff would totally inspire me for a single malt or beer label for instance, or maybe a men's body care collection.
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