Whether you always seem to forget where you put the keys or you merely want to sharpen your skills, ReMory is a modern take on the traditional memory game. Bold packaging, designed by Balázs Szemmelroth, and geometric patterns on the cards make this concept a vibrant and enjoyable way to test out your memory.
People love purchasing products that are unique and feel personal, and it doesn’t get much more personal than Formel, a perfume concept from Elvira Jacobi. With a formula and packaging that is based off of your personal information, likes, and dislikes, no two perfumes are alike.
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.
Menstrual cups are not only a wonderful (and affordable) option for women on their period, but they eliminate the waste of pads and tampons. Hanna Petersson developed a concept for Ruby Cup, a menstrual cup that donates one product for every one purchased, helping out girls and women who don’t have access to sanitary products. Naturally, the packaging is also good for the environment, but it also opens like a gift box with a unique pentagonal base. It makes the opening process feel far more special than unwrapping a bulky pad or tampon.
Plein Air a Haarlem uses the beautiful forms of bodies to show you how much sun protection you’re getting in each tube. The concept is Intended for painters who like to work outside in the open air, so designer Stas Neretin created the packaging to look like a tube of paint. A crisp, white background keeps the look clean and allows the SPF power to easily stand out to consumers.
Let all that worry wash away. FLOAT. is a concept from Wang Min that takes bath time seriously, encouraging you to truly relax while also helping boost your mood. The soaps come in boxes that unfold completely, helping to reduce waste. A circular peek into the packaging is the same shape as a bubbly soap sud—a small touch that truly sets it apart.
Agata Jeziurska designed The Natco Company, a stunning conceptual brand for spice packaging. The Natco Company has a wide variety of spices, and each flavor is designed the reflect the specific flavor of the spices.
Dorset Chocolate Company is a beautiful conceptual project from designer Perry Rowe. The watercolor is what sets this chocolate bar design apart from others, as it is executed in such a light and airy way. The color scheme plays off on colors one normally might not pair together, but the result is harmonious and easy on the eyes.
Dried fruit and chocolate are a match made in heaven, so it’s safe to say your mouth will be watering for these tasty snacks. Anastasia Igolnikova designed a concept for Kellogg’s, including their fruit chips and choco balls. Adorable illustrations bring the ingredients to life (literally) and make snack time fun, no matter what age you are.
Althea is a new company in Greece that sells high quality organic dried herbs, ideal for perfecting flavorful meals. Sofia Papadopoulou developed this concept for their brand identity and packaging, making it a beautiful addition to any kitchen.
To mark the life of iconic type designer Adrian Frutiger, Edward Gray, a student from Belfast Ireland has created a series Swiss chocolate bars reflecting the precision and accuracy in Frutiger's work.
Meet the anonymous taco joint. Instead of declaring a particular identity for itself, Tacos _ _ _ _ _ aims to be a nameless taco restaurant that customers will name themselves based on their own experiences. Futura designed the concept’s branding and packaging for the taqueria, hoping to set it apart from the countless other options that Mexico has to offer.
People throw away tons of trash every day, and the best way to avoid all this waste is recycling. But recycling is not as easy as it seems, especially milk packaging. They are made by 6 layers of different materials (75% of cardboard, 20% of aluminium, and 5% of plastic. To recycle it, it's necessary different processes just to separate them.