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Butter! Better!

November 19, 2010


Designer: Yeongkeun Was looking at some student packaging work today, all of them were pretty good. Typical clean graphic treatment and alot of rebranding but nothing fresh. “Better!Butter!” however, caught my eye. “Whenever we eat bread, at the picnic, in the cafe or airplane, we usually use disposable butter. I replaced its ordinary container lid […]

Glueline Shopping Bag

September 9, 2010


This bag would fail so badly with grapes.

The Cupcake Wrapper Co.

August 27, 2010


If you can't bake delicious cupcakes, at least wrap them in something nice.

Anti-Smoking Cigarette Pack Concept

July 4, 2010


Designer: Alexander Andrews “People are dying throughout the world of diseases caused by smoking. This package concept shows how close this problem is to us. As every day each smoker carries this problem in his/her pocket. They carry death.” [via lovelypackage] Andrews tackles a touchy subject, but let’s not harp on that. The Design Critic: […]

Moo Shoebox Packaging

July 2, 2010


Designer: Alistair Marshall “This packaging is from a proposed re-brand for a vegan/ environmentally friendly shoe brand in the U.S. The idea was to raise the profile of the brand and communicate to a younger “trendier” audience. The box (on the left) carries hemp canvas deck shoes folded almost flat to minimize packaging materials. The […]

Sweet Meringues, Sweeter Packaging

June 30, 2010


Designer: Samira Khoshnood “Identity and package design for Meringue, an upscale dessert boutique, seeking to capture the airy whipped quality of meringue, the main ingredient in most of the store’s pastries. Three types of packaging highlight the form and color of meringue cookies and macarons, two of Meringue’s signature sweets. The origami-inspired cookie box emulates […]

UPACKS. Anything. Everything. Genius.

June 28, 2010


Designer: Patrick Sung “It seems a box is always too big or small so designer Patrick Sung came up with flat sheets of recyclable corrugated cardboard called the Universal Packaging System or UPACKS. The patterns make it easy to fold and conform to almost any shape while maintaining structural rigidity and protecting the contents. Love […]