I saw these Compartes Chocolate bars today and was immediately taken away by their fun and colorful packaging. See more of this fabulous packaging inside!
I posted about the new Wendy’s logo back in October of 2012 and now The Dieline takes it another step forward with a first look at what the food packaging is going to look like. Not the greatest mockup (especially that cup on the left) but a good idea of what to expect if you [...]
Back in July of 2011 I wrote about how Australia was beginning to push for plain cigarette packaging with graphic imagery to discourage smoking in the country. Since then, the law has been passed and Australia has even run a few graphic anti-smoking ads on TV. I obviously don’t live in Australia anymore, but I like [...]
Over at GOOD there’s a post filled with examples of conceptual and prototype product packaging that disappears/dissolves with use. In the example shown here, OXO got rid of the plastic wrap-around label and printed icons directly onto the glass. Small steps, but one that can lead to big differences for these big companies.
Design firm mousegraphics’ aim here with Youth Lab cosmetics was to convey a sense of personal beauty lab through the use of product packaging. With clean white faces and bold accent colors, mousegraphics makes a slightly retro look seem modern for your bathroom.
In 2 separate posts (here & here) Antrepo explores the idea of taking away as much as possible from various brands’ logos and product packaging while still maintaining the brand’s iconic aesthetic. In most cases, color is stripped almost entirely and the product is left to fend for itself simply on the now-monotone (or minimal) [...]