At first glance this milk bottle might look like the Calcium-packed beverage everyone knows and loves, but upon closer inspection, it is apparent that this bottle is actually an LED light. Luckies of London designed this adorable packaging for Milk Light, the LED light that comes in the shape of a classic milk bottle.
Aria Soft is the toilet paper that stands out amongst the rest in the market, especially with packaging that has a sense of humor. Nik and Carole were responsible for this consumer-enticing packaging solution.
There’s nothing quite like picking up fresh dry cleaning. Qleaners is a high-end laundry service located in Chile that prides itself for providing a cutting-edge approach to cleaning clothes. Anagrama designed their branding and packaging in order to create an eye-catching and luxurious solution that reinforces the uniqueness of this company.
The beauty of transparency with packaging design is that what you see is what you get. This is especially the case with the packaging for Designtorget, a line of soaps and other products made specifically with your home sweet home in mind. Carl Nas Associates were responsible for the elegant yet minimalistic design.
The core mission of Brandless is to offer unrivaled quality products without BrandTax™ – the hidden costs that come with buying a national brand. Brandless is reframing the outdated CPG market and starting a movement that ushers in a new wave of consumer-activist culture and transparency: better-for-you products at the fairest price from a group of people that do good by doing well.
If you’re looking for simple and subtle yet sturdy kitchen supplies, then look no further than Home Hero. Designed by Accuraten specifically for the US marketplace on Amazon, the packaging is crisp and straightforward. It helps the consumers feel like the products will add a bit of order into the kitchen, whether it’s a hectic meal thrown together at the last minute or a meticulously planned one.
Indian agency Blok Studio has created a clever solution for mosquito repellent. Taking inspiration from “Do Not Disturb” hanging door signs, these repellents serve an important function while not getting in the way of everyday life.
Mexican-based agency TOROPINTO has come out with the packaging and branding for VIA RAIZ, a line of beautiful handmade contemporary Mexican products. The overall imagery is composed of patterns made up of symbols that tie in the traditional with the modern.
Angelina Pischikova designed this clever packaging for CS Lightbulbs. Each package features beautifully illustrated insects and die cuts that make the lightbulb part of the design, ultimately creating a unique solution that allows the product to stand out.
Brandlab has improved home improvement. After nearly half a century in the business, Tekno needed to reestablish itself as the top pick in the paint industry while also giving it a modern edge. They turned to Brandlab for a redesign that certainly livens things up and makes them stand out in the rather stagnant market of home improvement goods.
Calling all candle lovers and the OCD prone, the perfect match is here! Long gone are the days of using any old matchstick, thanks to the creative minds at Leo Burnett Canada, who created not one, but four different size matchsticks for all your burning needs.
UK agency BramCreates helped WIFF, a Manchester UK-based candle and diffuser brand, design their packaging, and bring to life the vision embodied by the beliefs of the founders Claire and Graeme Winchester.
It doesn’t get much better for the environment than this. BIOZ GREEN is a line of cleaning supplies that you can feel good about using in your home—you won’t be using nasty chemicals and you won’t be harming animals. Estúdio Caxa developed the packaging for this bright and contemporary line of cleaning products that doesn’t force you to sacrifice your values.
Hong Kong studio Blow has continued their tradition of incorporating Polytrade paper for their series of Chinese New Year packets. Each design is stunning and exquisitely detailed, all the while incorporating traditional iconography and illustrations. We're pretty sure receiving one of these packets would mean extra good luck!
When you’re shopping for a new stove, it’s easy to feel like you’re looking at a lot of the same. But this totally refreshing take on kitchen appliances is an absolute standout! Reynolds and Reyner designed the packaging for Pyramida, adding in some liveliness to their products with bright colors and bold graphics. This makes them instantly noticeable and injects them with a youthful personality to appeal to a younger audience.