1. Chocolate pantones:
When it comes to Pantone, designers are probably no stranger to it, so how about a chocolate product design inspired by Pantone's palette? However, the company specializes in designing packaging for BLOCD products. worked on a project to design chocolate boxes partially from Pantone's brown team as a creative inspiration for their Christmas gifts for customers and partners.
Design Agency: BLOCD.
Brand themes: Chocolate, Pantone, Christmas
2. Good Hair Day Pasta
A pasta packaging inspired by the texture of the noodles that evoke the different hairs of girls is an interesting product from Nikita Konkin. Unsurprisingly, this concept won silver in the Pentawards “Concept 2016” category.
Design Agency: Nikita
Brand theme: Pasta
Materials: Paper, plastic
3. Dino ice:
Eating an ice cream cone is not only used in enjoying cool ice cream anymore, but the surprise is also behind the ice cream itself. Inspired by the Ice Age dinosaurs, the Dino ice design project gives viewers joyful emotions. The ice cream sticks are no longer boring but also carry the shapes and names of dinosaurs.
Designers: Sasha Perelman, Katya Mushkina
Brand theme: Fruit juice
4. Real banana milk
"Peel Banana and Drink". With this banana milk packaging, the feeling of drinking milk is as authentic as when we eat a banana, right?
Designer: Dongwook Yoon
Brand theme: Banana milk
5. Kohberg “SUPPORT THE BREASTS”
This brain hack packaging product is a design for a bread product with a very related name “SUPPORT THE BREASTS”, so it is not surprising that the Agency team has such a bold idea.
Brand theme: Bread
Creative Director: Jesper Herholt
Art Director: Mads Enggaard
A famous and inspiring packaging design by Ogilvy & Mather Germany, the uniqueness comes from the mischievous treatment of turning wool into the hair and beard of male models.
Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Creative Directors: Helmut Meyer, Gregor Seitz
Copywriter: Lukas Liske
Art Director: Daniel Schweinzer
Photographer: Jo Bacherl
Blossom Cava Sparkling Wine
Is the print on the bottle upside down? Actually no, you are just holding the bottle incorrectly.
Creative Agency: PackLab
Brand theme: Wine