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We spotted this on Graphic Statement and thought it was a great idea. The “portable USB flash drives made from molded paper pulp, this inexpensive, credit-card-sized data pack is a fast, easy way to share large files.” See the original … 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
Here is some unique packaging from a new subscription service called V3 – “a luxury service for men that delivers a thoughtfully curated collection of objects to subscribers’ doorsteps.” We like the “retro” domino’s style box design and the fold … Continue reading
This is hilarious, so we had to share. A little surprised that this concept hasn’t come to fruition until today. What a great idea for designers and color enthusiasts alike. See the original post here on the dieline.com.
Here is a unique shoe packaging design for One Percent. A blend of wood and laser cutting, chip board, and color make this packaging pop. More pictures and the original story can be seen here over on Lovelypackage.com.
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
Barney’s has produced a dazzling electronic invitation and packaging line in coordination with Disney. See the original post with design process here at thedieline.com.