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.
Brazilian agency saad branding+design, has come up with this conceptual packaging solution for lightbulbs. What makes this project so interesting is the sustainable factor, or the exploration of the use of the packaging for more than just its initial purpose.
Sergeant Sparrow Brew Co. is a conceptual craft brew brand from Nebojsa Matkovic. The majority of the labels for the beer feature Sergeant Sparrow himself, complete with detailed illustrations telling a story of war.
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.
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.