Millford designed this dynamic packaging for Etos, a personal care line that wants “to take you on a journey around the world.” The design incorporates illustrations of a variety of flora and fauna along with artistic color-blocking and patterns in order to create a visually appealing packaging solution.
Pavel Kulinsky designed this minimalistic and monochromatic packaging for Justessence, a new Russian fragrance that welcomes consumers to mix and match scents in order to come up with their own signature fragrance.
Canadian studio Concrete designed this elegant packaging for Velour, a brand of premium false lashes. The design incorporates a classy black, white and gold color scheme and plays with feminine typography in order to create a fun and flirty design solution.
We love the clean and minimal packaging for this skincare brand. Onomie Beauty is a new brand that is looking to shake things up by creating skincare and makeup products that aim to help take care of your skin long-term. Their philosophy is that beauty shouldn’t be complicated and instead should be something that can be accessible even for someone who leads a busy lifestyle.
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.
We love this bright and bold take on packaging for Clearasil, a skincare brand that is beloved by teenagers. Student Sally Lim created this conceptual redesign for the brand with an intention to clearly define the product line and provide a sense of confidence overall.
In our modern times, consumers want transparency with the products they buy and Ritual is another brand embracing that ideal. This health supplement comes with a see-through look to bring new meaning to transparency within packaging in a literal and figurative sense.
This personal care line is looking to change up the conversation with regards to the typical urban Indian woman. Happily Unmarried is a range that includes products like body mist and face scrub, but with typographically driven packaging that aims to send the message that women should value themselves.
Popular K-beauty brand Dr. Jart+ has come out with this bright, bold and bizzare packaging for their Shake and Shot Rubber Masks. Structurally, the packaging is shaped like a fountain soda which makes for a unique collectible solution that is easily instagrammable, but one of the more intriguing aspects of this packaging is the baby-like face that can be found at the top of the cap.
The Doux is a hip hop inspired natural hair care line that has recently been introduced to the hair aisle in Target. Bright neon colors and 90’s inspired brush lettering make for a nostalgia inducing packaging solution that will look great in your bathroom.
The idea behind Green Gate London is simple: keep things natural and shine from the inside out. Designed by Parker Williams Ltd, the look captures the essence of wellness with distinct colors, botanical illustrations, and a little bit of gold foil to add some elegance.
C’mon, even vegetarians can’t deny the packaging for Farm Foods Butchers is downright adorable. Designed by Tiny Hunter, the packs feature illustrated meats that come to life with capes and eye masks, giving the brand a dash of fun personality.
With the new year here it’s time to get those health goals in check. 24/7 is a herbal drink that promotes a healthy lifestyle with some eye-catching geometric inspired packaging to boot. Indonesian-based agency Visual Cast helped bring this refreshing drink to life.