Fitting Examples of Packaging Design

by Eric Shafer July 23rd, 2014 No Comments / Click here to post a comment

A package needs to fit the product that it contains. A package can consist of a variety of elements, from a simple label and wrapping, to a solid container or surrounding case, cup or box.

In multiple ways though, the package needs to fit. First, the package must be capable of containing and protecting the product so that it is not damaged or otherwise altered while waiting to be sold. Therefore, packages must be sturdy, capable of protecting from heat or light, or otherwise protective. Also, packages must fit the brand, and also make the product appealing in as many ways as possible.

Here’s some very fitting examples of packaging design:

El Tejocote

package-1

Monsieur Moustache

package-2

Coffee & Kitchen

package-3

Mestres Coupage Blue Fin

package-4

Blue Hill Yogurt

package-5

Arodama

package-6

Interflora

package-7

Lapp & Fao Chocolate

package-8

Donuts Club

package-9

Primal Kitchen

package-10

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Eric Shafer is a creative media enthusiast from Chicago, IL. He works frequently in the fields of graphic design, web design, web development, programming, audio, music and computer graphics. He is one of the founders of Presidia, an entrepreneurial team designed at empowering the creative media community.

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