Sure, incense appeals to the sense of smell, but that doesn’t mean the packaging should be overlooked. Zooscope developed a gorgeous design for Aromayur, a line of incense and all-natural products in India. Not only will it make you proud to display the box next to your incense holder, but Zooscope created a design that the company can easily adapt in the future for other scents.
You’re going to change the way you feel about crawling out of bed, getting ready for work, and sitting down at the breakfast table. Robot Food redesigned Good Grain, a healthy cereal option that needed help connecting with consumers. Soothing colors and an uncluttered design make it a perfect breakfast choice for hectic mornings when all you want is to enjoy a little peace before getting your day started.
Makeup has the frustrating tendency to fade away throughout the day, but not with Prick Cosmetics. This makeup concept from Abby Leighton combines a love of gorgeous destinations like Sedona in southwest with beauty products. Plus, since they’re desert-inspired, they’re designed to withstand hot days without the need for reapplication.
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.
This deck will certainly make your card games more interesting. Art & Machine, designed by Ryan Hewlett as an MFA Project at the Tyler School of Art, explores a few notable moments in art and design history.
If you have a gum chewing habit, this product just might be for you. Get More Vitamins and Family (and friends) have teamed up to create the packaging for a new line of innovative Multivitamin Chewing Gum.
If you take your morning cup of joe seriously, then be on the lookout for Tonelada Coffee. The brand takes great care with growing and handpicking their coffee beans to that they are the highest quality you can buy. YuJo! developed an impactful packaging design that emphasizes the coffee’s freshness and has a unique look to stand out amongst other traditional bags of coffee.
You’ll never run out of choices in the frozen desserts section, so how can an established brand revive its look to stand out? For Häagen-Dazs, it meant going to the heart of what they believe in when they make their products. CBA just weaved this new future for one of our favorite pints of ice cream goodness, and the results are mouthwatering. New, crisp packaging makes the entire line of premium ice creams look more cohesive, and the lovely illustration that looks almost like a stained glass window actually tells consumers a story about the brand.
A total throwback, with a twist. As if magic 8 balls weren’t already amazing gadgets that will instantly take you back to your childhood, J. Walter Thompson designed a gift that gives it a fun update, specifically for creatives.
Public Group took cues from clothing sizes for this clever concept for skim, 2%, and whole milk. By taking something that is recognizable by many people around the world when associated with one industry and mixing it into a different one entirely gives it a refreshing and smart approach. Clean lines and bold colors help SML Milk to stand out, and embossing encourages the consumer to reach out and hold the carton in their own two hands.
How have you behaved this year? J. Walter Thompson Toronto designed a clever sauce kit that lets recipients indulge based on if they’ve been good or bad. Relying heavily on bold, confident fonts, the packaging embraces a bit of holiday spirit without any of the traditional Christmas-y elements.
Siegenthaler &Co designed the packaging for Selva Nevada, an artisan ice cream company that rescues the flavors of Colombian biodiversity. It is only fitting then that the packaging features beautiful illustrations of plants and flowers.
Luxury pies? Yes please! We’re loving this fun packaging for Eden & Bridge, a range of luxury pies that come in savory flavors like meat or seafood. U.K. agency Fable&Co. designed the packaging to feature detailed illustrations that are a nod to the olden days when consumers would go to their corner bakery for a fresh meat pie. Splashes of color update the look, though, and clearly express that these are pies for the modern world.
Less is more, especially when it comes to those who have sensitive skin. They need products without a bunch of chemicals or irritating ingredients, like the line of plant-based Peet Rivko products. Designed by Gunter Piekarski, the packaging expresses the simple, gentle formulas used in each item. Black and white packaging along with a bold, sans serif font look incredibly modern and sleek, appealing to those who need something different from what’s on the market.
Robot Food has designed the packaging for Electric Ink, their new tattoo care brand. The packaging takes direct inspiration from the style of traditional tattoos while maintaining a professional and sleek look.
This milk is bringing excitement to the dairy aisle. Josh Emrich designed the upbeat packaging for Turner Dairy Farms milk, which includes an updated design for gallons, cartons, and even mini-cartons for kids.
If you consider yourself a typography nerd, this just might be the game for you. Creative agency Goods & Services teamed up with Canadian printer Flash Reproductions to create a unique holiday gift for their clients and thus Type-Face the game was born.
Not that we really needed any encouragement to buy more chocolate bars, but Utopick Chocolates is quite the collection! Inspired by Spanish Explorers, the origami paper resembles that of the sails of a ship. Lavernia & Cienfuegos developed the packaging which easily unfolds (and refolds) seamlessly, allowing consumers to marvel at its beauty even after they’ve indulged.
Most people reserve sarongs for a beachy getaway, but this packaging concept for Peranakan Hipwrap Sarong will have you wanting one for everyday. Bright colors and elaborate patterns make it an absolute standout, and it honors the history of Southeast Asia. Developed by Zilin Yee, the project intends to tell a story with beautiful, natural elements.