Feast your eyes on this ultra colorful conceptual chocolate packaging from Zilin Yee. The designs take inspiration from Chinese paper culture and rituals, making for a modern product that incorporates tradition within its packaging.
We love this feminine look for Delilah, an organic juice brand. Monograph&Co. created this conceptual packaging and branding for the company, providing for an overall look that embodies a simple sophistication.
MAROG Creative Agency designed this conceptual Art Nouveau-inspired packaging and branding for MAMOOR, a restaurant located in Armenia. The design marries shades of green with organic typography and illustrations to ultimately create a whimsical design solution.
The Branding People created this bright and bold conceptual packaging for Pipiri Papiri, a gelato shop located in Mexico City. The fun illustrations reflect a variety of icons that represent Italy and Mexico.
Student Vanessa Berglund came up with the branding and packaging for Incandescence, a conceptual home fragrance brand. The design features a light color palette and beautifully illustrated motifs in order to create an overall feminine look.
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.
Meroo Seth designed this conceptual branding and packaging for Rico Chico, a chocolate brand. The design features bold patterned elements that attract the eye of the viewer and represent the different flavors of the chocolate.
Marek Jagusiak designed this conceptual packaging for Hopfest, a craft beer brand. The design takes a modern approach with striking typography and intricate linework illustration being the driving forces behind the overall design.
Alexandra Loginevskaya designed the packaging for Leafcare, a conceptual brand that aims to help gardeners treat and identify plants with diseases and issues. The design features flat graphic images to help identify the purpose of each various product, making it easy on consumers to find what they’re looking for specifically.
Thitipol Chaimattayompol designed the packaging for INNÉ, a strikingly feminine fragrance concept. The end result is a minimalistic design that exudes elegance, while remaining relevant and contemporary at the same time.
Klara Kovac designed this student project that aims to refresh the look of De Cecco, a traditional Italian pasta brand. The design is playful and incorporates hierarchy in order to create a nice design solution.
Scent is more than just a powerful sense—it can also get wrapped up in your identity. Huei-Tai Chen developed this elegant concept for SMULD HOUSE, an elegant line of incenses and fragrances you can customize to your liking.
Coffee might be the liquid that fuels you, but that doesn’t mean you can’t also enjoy each little moment. Lucas Gregorio and Jáder Souza designed the concept for Lumière to be a true coffee experience, from start to finish.
Student Shuang Wu designed this uniquely bright packaging in order to pay tribute to “Xique”, a toy that had a great amount of popularity in China in the 80s and 90s. The design features a wonderful pop-up book approach in its structure, making for a pleasant opening ceremony.
Thrival Design created this mesmerizing conceptual packaging for Bokeh, a wine brand. The labels are simple yet satisfying, with a variety of colorful soft gradients dominating the overall look of the label.
Arkadiusz Stanikowski created this conceptual packaging for matzOH!, a brand of matza crackers. This concept is unique in that it explores an atypical structure that would capture the attention of any consumer.