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.
What if Chanel launched an exclusive champagne range? This conceptual project by minimalist studio explores just that possibility with a range of gorgeously shaped and designed champagne bottles that fit right at home with the Chanel brand.
Tibor Hegedues designed the branding and beautiful packaging for conceptual pasta brand Luca and Linus. The design is comprised of sleek tubes with delicate illustrations of different types of pasta, creating an overall elegant and appealing look.
Students Balázs Szemmelroth, Monika Rudics, Anikó Mező have designed the branding and packaging for TAKTIPO, a fun, bold card game that aims to help designers learn the basic rules and terms that come with studying typography.
Grab a glass and sit in your recliner by the fireplace—that’s exactly what this concept for Edradour Whisky will make you want to do. Designed by Alex Arzuman and Andy Migevant, it possesses countless ornate, classy details. Foiling feels incredibly high-end, the bottle shape stands out and looks slightly different than many on the market, and texture on the label adds to its extravagance.
Imagine a makeup brand that celebrates people’s own unique beauty rather than holds them to a certain standard. That’s exactly what the concept Space Age is all about. Designed by Burak Ozcan, it aims to empower women by celebrating their bold and beautiful differences.
Chinmayee Bagade created the delightful packaging for Seeds Indeed, a conceptual brand that aims to sell healthy seed snack products. The packaging comes with a pop of color and wonderfully intricate illustrations.
Student Chris Thorpe created this sophisticated take on cannabis packaging. ITEM:09 is a conceptual cannabis brand that seeks to not be over-the-top with its messaging but instead aims to take a scientific approach to presenting cannabis products.
Cup Noodles is a classic dorm room staple for college students everywhere. Student Janet Lee decided to take a stab at redesigning the iconic branding and packaging and the results are a super fun take on this classic instant noodle product.
Brooklyn based same old design studio created this unique conceptual packaging for Chok Chok, a line of cosmetics. The structures of the products are what allow them to stand out from other cosmetics in the market.