Russian agency Openmint designed this fun, colorful packaging for Tattoo Mall, an online tattoo equipment retailer. The packaging features tattoo-inspired graphics that make the products seem less intimidating and more accessible in general.
Kollor Design Agency designed the branding and packaging for Wiema, a dental device company. This particular design is sleek and minimalistic, we're pretty sure dental product packaging has never looked this sleek.
Musicians rejoice! If you’re a fan of using effects pedals while making music, this might be for you. Mexican-based company Driftwood creates beautiful and artistic pedalboards so that you can shred in style.
“That stun gun looks pretty cool” is certainly not one of the things we ever expected to say, but Gard has proved us wrong. Just Be Nice studio designed the packaging for Gard to give it a truly sleek and authoritative look.
There are few things more annoying than having only a sliver of battery life left in your phone. If you don’t want to carry around a huge battery pack or bother with charging your phone at every opportunity, then you should try out something like One. Veronika Levitskaya designed the packaging for this conveniently sized, long-lasting power bank that will keep you charged the entire day.
Today's Dutch design feature we are highlighting Flex/Design, a design studio in business for almost 30 years and a recent The Dieline Awards 2016 Editors Choice winner for the Ultimaker 2 Go packaging. Learn more about this dynamic agency and their project Ultimaker 2 Go.
For audio professionals, Universal Audio is a name that’s synonymous with quality. But for most day-to-day consumers, it wasn’t so widely known. To help Universal Audio bring iconic sound to the mass market, CBA was tasked with creating standout packaging.
It’s time to gear up. Dan Alexander & Co. developed the branding and packaging for CAA, a firearms accessories company geared towards the military and law enforcement personnel. Taking a fierce and highly organized approach, the brand exudes strength and power without making a caricature of carrying firearms.
The task was to create a packaging system for a modular headphone with over 20 parts and more than 500 combinations. The TMA-2 headphones are mainly sold, selected or configured online at aiaiai.dk. but also at selected stores around the world.
The Happy Meal just got a little more interesting. Mcdonald Sweden is launching a promotion that turns the iconic Happy Meal into a virtual reality headset. A soft launch where only 3,500 will be made.
In Spanish, “Quererlo” means “want it.” The online store Quererlo promotes Mexican design, and by sharing the love for Mexican craftsmen and their creations, they allow you to want the goods from the inside out. Firmalt developed the branding and packaging for Quererlo, naturally taking inspiration from traditional art from the country.
GE Lighting’s automotive headlights are getting some new packaging, and it will be an improvement for both the consumer and retailers. GE teamed up with Brokaw to solve three specific problems that the current packaging poses.
Such beautiful packaging, I wonder what possibly could be inside this fancy navy blue box? Truffles? A watch? Guess again because it’s the Samsung Exynos reference platform. This is the technology behind all of those Samsung GALAXY products. Powerful and wrapped up in a pretty packaging.
Bold and psychedelic, the packaging design for these Daqustic speakers is loud, just like they music they output. Daqustic is an engineering and sound design studio that understands the importance of creating acoustically suitable environments into any living space.
The Ultimate Ears Roll speaker may look small in size but it is big in sound. With its waterproof acoustic skin and the bungee cord in the back, the powerful speaker is easy to hold or attach, ready for any adventure.Minimally packaged, the UE Roll is wrapped in white butcher paper that once opened unveils a poster leaving you with no waste and no hassle.
I got my first cell phone in high school, around the time that it was really becoming a thing to have one. Like most teens with cell phones, I thought I was the coolest thing around — and once I learned to text, I was untouchable. Of course, growing up with today’s technology is a little different. To make it to high school without ever using a cell phone is unheard of, not to mention the use of tablets and other portable devices.
Digital products make our lives so much easier, but without some love and care from time to time, they can become cluttered and unmanageable. Lyve Home’s clean design fits perfectly with its function: to de-clutter and organize your digital life.
A structure design that brings form and function like Myo itself. Uneka along with Myo's in-house team designed Myo, a gesture control armband. The design had to showcase to the consumer what Myo actually does, which represented quite a challenge.
For those with weak stomachs, I recommend you look away. For the rest of us, Halloween is back in action in February with Severed Thumb Drives, a great storage device that can also be used to prank your co-workers.
On day three of the Consumer Electronics Show, I spent the entire day walking the North Hall. Now at first this might sound a bit lazy, until you understand that its two massive floors are packed with exhibitors selling products in boxes, which is not the norm for this show. The central hall, for example, is full of the sexy big-ticket items like TVs and cars…not exactly the type of brands that are going to live or die by their packaging. However, the North Hall is where the bulk of products requiring packaging are shown, which made for a really interesting day. I found four really cool packaging designs that stood out from the pack.