Category Archives: branded box
We love how Kiehl’s was able to create depth to their open-window display in Saks Fifth Avenue by playing with different layers of colors and sizes of boxes. The color pairings with the cloth bags and marketing bring a fresh … Continue reading
Here is a well designed product that has thought of the entire dress shirt experience, from both the retailer and consumer prospective. The shirt box helps unfold and fold up the shirt, which is great for store level. The shirt … Continue reading
Companies are constantly trying to figure out how to be different their product amongst increasingly crowded markets . One of the best ways to differentiate is through packaging. Well designed packaging is not as easy as placing a funky background … Continue reading
A trend we are starting to notice in the packaging industry is colorful and bright patterns. Bokkoko Ari is bathing suit designer that was inspired by the most beautiful beaches in the world. Each of his colorful bathing suit boxes … Continue reading
While we do not speak fluent french, and can not fully understand this video, what we do know is that this project combines all of our favorite things into one: candy, cool design processes, candy, and awesome packaging. We hope … Continue reading
This whimsical yet simple and colorful packaging is a new jewelry program targeted towards the young and creative. Thanks to the dieline.com for bringing us this post. See their post here.
This new Bolu Tea packaging is quite elegant and simple. The unique box shape shows us that we don’t always have to settle for squared edges. Well done. See the original post from Packaging of the World here.
Eden is a German company that makes iPhone covers. This box is what really caught our attention. There is a great book box element to this packaging that we think is great. See more on the original post from Lovely … Continue reading
Not only do we like the name and concept, but we like the packaging. These colorful and playful boxes are a clean and simple way to showcase Mister Imagine’s product; the box itself. Each box is the toy, which means … Continue reading
Lucky Brand has re-designed their standard shoe box, and their ballet flats packaging. The elegant packaging compliments their product and brand image nicely, and will surely help their online presence. See original post from thedieline.com here.