How to create innovative seed packaging? This design for Miracle-Gro Gro-ables shows you! Each seed pod comes with everything you need to grow your own food: seed, soil to protect the seed and keep it moist, and plant food. It’s the perfect solution for all garden lovers who don’t want to get their hands dirty. Plus, the seed packaging looks way better than all those middle-of-the-road seed bags, doesn’t it? Sure seed packaging can be creative!
How do you exude chocolate deliciousness through packaging? It’s a question many packaging designers struggle with as they try to come up with new and “tasty” chocolate packaging concepts. Nendo, a Japan based packaging company, designed a set of chocolate paint tubes that look good enough to eat. And in fact, … you can! This chocolate packaging is irresistible
It’s a well-known fact that brands have only 3 seconds on average to persuade supermarket customers to buy their product. Consequently, there is a trend for all confectionery packaging materials to become increasingly sophisticated. Let’s have a look at some of the most striking examples. Check out these confectionery packaging designs!
A company that really strives to cut down on packaging costs not only has to rethink the packaging design, but the product design as well. A fine example of cost-saving eco packaging design is presented to us by Nike. Their new Nike Free model is so flexible the shoes can be folded together, needing only 1/3 of cardboard packaging compared to a traditional shoe box. Check this great shoe box design by Nike!
Popular culture has always been a vast source of inspiration for packaging designers. TV characters, series, cartoons, celebrities, … They all pop up regularly during our grocery shopping. We have selected some of the most creative packaging designs that use popular culture to their advantage. These are all illustrations of how merchandise can be done creatively. Discover the power of popular culture in packaging!
You are either creative or analytical, that’s the adage many people today still live by and act on. Recent findings, however, suggest this saying might be flawed. Scientific research has discovered that creativity, to a certain extent, can be learned and acquired through exercise. It’s an interesting thought for packaging designers, striving to do better with every design they make. Can creative packaging design be learned? Read more!