Every once in a while you come across a packaging design that is so one-of-a-kind, spot-on, well-crafted, or just plain beautiful that you can’t understand how people still call it ‘just packaging‘, when in fact it should be called ‘art’. We’ll go over some of these cases; examples of clever, creative packaging design that will make your jaws drop in amazement – or at the very least make you grin like a child. Enjoy these five creative packaging designs.
In today’s economy, the customer does not only focus his attention on the product. The design of the product is equally important. Packaging should be an eye-catcher. Take perfume bottles, for instance: the customer’s attention is often first drawn to the perfume packaging. As a manufacturer, you have to give the best offer impression possible, as the following examples attest. Find original perfume packaging out !
The importance of first aid kits should not be underestimated. Yet, for all their life saving potential they are surprisingly user-unfriendly. Sharp scissors, antiseptic tissues and bandages all seem to be scattered around carelessly across the box. Imagine the waste of time desperately trying to find a vital item while someone is in need of your medical attention. To tackle this modern day annoyance, Hungarian Kevin Harald Campean redesigned the first aid kit.
What could be the perfect gift when you’re invited to a dinner party?
A chilled bottle of champagne maybe?
How about one you don’t have to take out of its gift box?
Moët & Chandon designed an award winning champagne packaging named ‘Twinkle Box’.
The carton box both serves as a gift wrap and as a stylish cooler.
With Halloween just around the corner, many among us are rolling up their sleeves to celebrate this ‘scary’ event. A recent online survey conducted by Cheetos showed that 2 in 3 American adults intend to enjoy a Halloween treat this year, with 1 in 3 planning to dress up in a costume. Halloween never grows old, and it would be ill-advised to ignore the success of this event. Some companies have therefore taken the opportunity to alter their brand or their packaging for Halloween.
Many parents will acknowledge that they need to be very inventive to keep coming up with new ideas to entertain their kids. For some companies, especially those selling products for children, this concept is exactly what inspires them to keep designing creative and interactive packaging! Find out 5 packages designed for kids.