We here at WeGoRo strongly believe in a creative approach to everything, especially when it comes to packaging design. There’s nothing more rewarding for any designer than when a customer chooses to buy a product partly because of its great eye-catching packaging.
We compiled another small collection of the most creative, functional, and innovative packaging designs just for you. But be careful! You may feel the urgent need to buy them all!
One true creative designer from Japan, Kazuaki Kawahara, Latona Marketing Inc., came up with the unique idea to make a fruit-like package for scented toilet paper.
Iceland-based advertising agency Ennemm packaged one liter of milk as a bottle of whiskey.
Chinese designers from Kee Wah Bakery restyled this box of cookies.
This packaging idea for milk soap was invented by the team at Ahhaproject. Be careful, as you may want to see how this ’ice cream’ tastes.
Smart designers from the German advertising agency Kolle Rebbe developed a smart invisible package for ’Magic Tape.’ They inserted a thin mirror into the box and slightly tilted it. The tape itself was located behind, thus creating the visual effect of an empty box.
A group of Indian designers came up with this new concept and better package for the same old product.
Spanish agency Txaber created this colorful package for beer — as if it was a color palette, each type of beer has its own color.
Brandiziac Branding Agency, based in Russia, came up with this new idea to bottle wine.
This ORIKAMI set promotes creativity and encourages parents to buy origami as a birthday gift for their children.
Invented by the Israeli BBR Saatchi & Saatchi agency.
Arianne Amores, a designer from Portugal, in the frame of her academic project, invented this magical gift box. It has a couple of small boxes inside that contain a treat, a small gift, and a note. Of course, the notes say, ’Eat me,’ ’Drink me,’ and many others, just like in Lewis Carroll’s ’Alice in Wonderland.’
An ingenious design from Australian agency HubGroup.
A joint project of French designer Olympia Le Tan and chocolatier Pierre Marcolini.
Invented by the printing company Heret Printing.
Poland-based designers from Zupagrafika studio decided to turn the popular board game package into a small copy of the University of Economics in Pozan.
The designers from Luckies of London, a British gift studio, came up with these cute wrapping ideas.
This is a student project from Canadian designer Laurence Grégoire. To start using your colored pencils, just snap one off.
This package ’guarantees’ that the juice you’re about to drink is squeezed from natural fruits, so it’s healthy and fresh.
These ’wild fragrances’ were bottled and packed by Indicate Design Group agency.
The future of flower packaging.
The "little pocket" on the front of the box is there for you to squeeze your ketchup into it instead of onto a paper plate, whilst this pizza box lets you devour a slice without getting your hands messy.