We are living in an age of companies built for social good. To some, it is merely a trendy marketing gimmick, to other brands it is a genuine guiding philosophy. But consumers can tell the difference. As we dive further into the 2017 Trend Report, we've rounded up 20 of the most inspiring packaging designs for products that aim to do some good in this world.
Lumene is a radiant beauty brand all the way from Finland. JDO Brand & Design has partnered up with them to re-launch a new series of skincare and cosmetic ranges.
Even if you’re doing work that you enjoy and find really fulfilling, you probably still have a dream project in the back of your mind. Something that would be the ultimate, and not only creatively satisfy you but give you a chance to become a better designer. Something that you’re itching to do, but haven’t had the chance come up quite yet.
This is one of the coolest limited edition gift sets we’ve ever seen. Jones Knowles Ritchie teamed up with MW Luxury Packaging to create 400 gift sets that give recipients a peak at the history of the brand. A wooden box opens up to reveal many different parts, including a pocket watch, a vintage telescope, and a bottle of Jägermeister (of course).
Now this is a fresh take on wine. Wine label design often falls into either two categories: incredibly traditional or undoubtedly modern. Bureau Rabensteiner designed Kirnbauer Winery to be a refreshing mix of both.
Love small batch beers? Then you should know about the Widmer Brothers. They only produce any variety of beer for a limited run, so you’ve always got something new to try! Sasquatch Agency designed their Crowler can to highlight the elements that make their brews so special—namely, the landscape of Oregon, where the beer is made.