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somethingabout:

Milk by Ffunction - TheDieline.com - Package Design Blog
cool.. probably appeal more to designers? haha -_-||

somethingabout:

Milk by Ffunction - TheDieline.com - Package Design Blog

cool.. probably appeal more to designers? haha -_-||

thoughtwarehouse:

I’m a sucker for structural packaging and when I came across this number on the dieline I was a bot surprised seeing that thedieline doesn’t include much structural package design concepts in their updates. This one is for Philips LED packaging and from what i”ve seen they’ve done a good job in terms of material efficiency and brand awareness. Check it out,..I’m not gonna sit here and talk about it all day!!!

msleading:

Olivia Paden created this educational “road-trip adventure kit” as a part of her packaging design class.

An engaging, educational “roadtrip adventure kit” for each child in the car, to help break up a long roadtrip into a series of mini-adventures. At each stop along your route, open a surprise gift, plus use photos and interesting facts to learn about your destination. 
TRIPKIT, which is targeted at elementary school age children, is playful, analog, modular, and social —  the goal is to get the whole family involved in the learning process. 

msleading:

Olivia Paden created this educational “road-trip adventure kit” as a part of her packaging design class.

An engaging, educational “roadtrip adventure kit” for each child in the car, to help break up a long roadtrip into a series of mini-adventures. At each stop along your route, open a surprise gift, plus use photos and interesting facts to learn about your destination. 

TRIPKIT, which is targeted at elementary school age children, is playful, analog, modular, and social —  the goal is to get the whole family involved in the learning process. 

thoughtwarehouse:

This week’s design update comes from Nick Seville out of University of Central Lancashire’s graphic design program. The concept shows a very interactive and custom product oriented approach allowing the customer to get a feel for the product prior to purchase. 

designandsuch:

Gorgeous work seen on TheDieLine

designandsuch:

Gorgeous work seen on TheDieLine

daniellefalala:

Beautifully done packaging for the Milk&Honey set

“Milk&Honey set was designed for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a gift for the Polish EU Presidency. It is a set for preparing a traditional drink. (The drink itself has a delicate taste and health-giving properties – it strengthens the heart and supports the body in its fight against cold and stress.) Our studio delivered a turn key solution - from the initial concept design to full coordination and project management at the production level. It consists of a porcelain cup, spoon and a jar of Polish honey. The shape of each element and graphic design were inspired by motifs originating from Polish culture and tradition. The mug was sculpted to resemble a traditional milk can and the spoon is shaped like a quill pen - a nod to the poetic provenance of the term “a land flowing with milk and honey”. The detailed recipe for ”Milk&Honey” can be found inside the box.”

notthewayhome:

“Anyone who’s still making pictures after 40 is either really mad or really dedicated.”

— Idris Murphy

favati:

Got to love House Industries!
“Eight different covers, five custom-mixed inks, six envelope patterns, several tactile French Paper treats and a healthy sprinkle of anti-ephemeral pixie dust forge the pioneering permutational promotion that is House Industries Catalog No. 62”

favati:

Got to love House Industries!

“Eight different covers, five custom-mixed inks, six envelope patterns, several tactile French Paper treats and a healthy sprinkle of anti-ephemeral pixie dust forge the pioneering permutational promotion that is House Industries Catalog No. 62”