Who Gives a Crap has come out with a new look for their cheeky toilet paper. Their new packaging is comprised of a more elegant look for their premium rolls and a fun patterned update for their recycled toilet paper.
Iva Plavcheva designed the packaging for I/TEMS, a Bulgarian brand of home fragrances that want their products to be considered the “soul of the home” by their consumers. The design features beautiful whimsical illustrations in addition to an elegant appeal overall.
Norwegian agency Bielke&Yang created the branding and packaging for Klar, a line of green household cleaning products. The design is fresh and simple, making for a cleaning product you wouldn’t mind leaving out for all to see.
Pigeon created this streamlined redesign for La Parisienne, a brand of eco-friendly laundry products. The new design incorporates bright and friendly patterns that help catch the eye and differentiate the various product offerings.
Here Design created this eye-catching packaging for Italian seed brand, Piccolo. The design is a nice play on a mosaic in the sense that the illustrations of the seeds are made up of small parts, reinforcing the notion that seeds can eventually come to form a greater whole.
Parsons Branding designed the packaging for Topline Tools. The design stands out due to its use of a bold blue against white, making for an eye-catching solution sure to catch the eye of the consumer. Linework illustrations also help identify what each product is, making for a clear and concise way to find what tools you’re looking for.
This is not your typical laundry detergent packaging. Seepje is a sustainable take on detergent packaging that is created by repurposing food waste. Netherlands-based agency FLEX/design was responsible for bringing this wonderful project to fruition.
If you like to spend time in the kitchen, chances are you like to try out fancy gadgets when cooking. OXO is a company known for specializing in award-winning kitchen tools. Thus, it’s only fitting that the packaging for their sub-brand of barware products serves as an informative and visually appealing solution.
Have you been naughty or nice this year? Who Gives a Crap has come out with their limited edition holiday collection of toilet paper rolls that feature a variety of artwork from some pretty cool illustrators, making this toilet paper actually something you'd consider gifting.
Luckies of London designed the clever packaging for Hang Up, a night-light that also functions as a clothes hanger. The design is elegant with shiny details that makes it perhaps the most luxurious night-light you never knew you needed.
As part of the 1000+ SKU private label program, Fresh Thyme asked The Creative Pack to create a design for a new range of essential oils - a twenty product line. As part of the body care range, the essential oils had to follow a similar design but with a slightly simplified look to fit its compact bottles.
Mike Karolos from Smirap Designs created this bright packaging for an everyday range of soaps from Elo. He originally created the attention-grabbing packaging for Elo’s Greek God edition, but this time needed to create a recognizable take on the entire product family.
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.