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Packaging You Shouldn't Miss In February 2018


Packaging of the World presents the top 10 posts for the month of February 2018. They are selected according to their post views, social shares, social likes, re-tweets repins and people reached. All these data were collected on this website and also on different platforms like our Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest page. These projects will definitely inspire you for your next design project, you can also submit your packaging project here!


Mood Coffee packaging design concept by David Hovhannisyan

Mood - packaging for coffee, which demonstrates how with each sip of coffee you will wake up, fill with energy, and your mood will be at a height after one cup of invigorating coffee! Turn the lid of the tube, open your charge of vivacity for the whole day! And the eyes on coffee will show you that you are moving in the right direction with your favorite coffee!

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Engine Rooms wine packaging design by Mireldy

‘Engine rooms’ is a city break apartment for daily rental, situated in downtown Rijeka (Croatia). The entire living space has been modularly designed, tailored to the needs of visitors. The apartment can be converted into one common area or four smaller apartments within one.‘Engine rooms’ symbolizes innovation within the concept of housing design, as well as a link to the city of Rijeka as one of the largest European ports and a significant industrial center.

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Grönstedts Le National '17 limited edition cognac packaging design by NINE Stockholm

Every June, when the magical midsummer nights take hold of Sweden, Grönstedts release only 1,500 numbered bottles of their annual limited edition cognac. Le National is a rare bespoke experience that is never repeated, and the challenge is to continually capture the essence of product as it evolves each year, through packaging design down to the product itself.

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Dr. Jart+ packaging design by Pentagram

Dr. Jart+ is a global skincare brand that features innovative products designed to address specific dermatological needs. Pentagram has developed new bottles, dispensers and other containers that highlight the brand’s specialized sense of care and set it apart at retail. The project also introduces an identity system that helps differentiate the many product lines. The new look has just launched in Korea, where the company is based, and will roll out in the U.S. and other countries later this year.

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Savage Garden tea packaging design concept by Nikita Konkin

The concept for tea packaging. The main idea is to rise bagged tea to level of the premium segment. Window cut in the box stylized a golden tea leaf. The box contains 60 teabags. Main colors: Black & Gold.

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OKAY Coffee packaging design by Formascope Design

Have you ever felt yourself in a way that you'd rather be called a tired zombie, an emotionless robot or maybe someone not from this planet? Almost every weekday, right? Now, you can overcome mentioned conditions with OKAY coffee.

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Hendrick’s Gin Gift Box design by Here Design

Crawling into the imaginarium of Hendrick’s oddly made small batch gin, we created a vivid landscape of secondary packs to help the burgeoning spirit shine even more brightly. With exquisite attention to detail, an obsession for print production processes, and joyful delight in beauty, our packs demonstrate design’s ability to elevate and connect with presence and imagination.

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Gourmade frozen food packaging design by Robot Food

Gourmade is a new 'frozen from fresh' ready meal brand about to take frozen foods into the 21st century. Brand owners, Jo and Glenn Devenish, had identified a need for frozen food of exceptional quality and greater variety, that offers guilt-free satisfying meals without the faff. After purchasing a small frozen ready meal company, they asked Leeds-based, strategic branding agency, Robot Food to create a new brand.

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Abracadabra packaging #esign by Noreste

Design studios bring projects to life based on their client´s needs. However, what if you´d like to explore new and challenging design paths, without depending on an external request that could activate these ideas?

We decided to launch our own product, an object intended to become a Christmas present. We developed a line of 7 perfumes with their respective packaging, indulging the senses through a main protagonist, “Alchemy”; where mysticism and magic are verbally and graphically conceptualized throughout the design.

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Fulu Canola Oil packaging design by RONG Design

The design aims to create a packaging with unique characteristics and prominent connotation in modern aesthetic style through the traditional cultural essence. Calabash has the partial tone of blessing and good fortune in Chinese, always endowed the profound concepts of auspiciousness and bounty. It precisely symbolizes the brand concept of adhering to the tradition and respecting the nature.

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