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124 Coolest Food Packaging Designs https://www.designlisticle.com/food-packaging/

The idea of having a beer crate that is hidden in a discrete bag, not only gives you privacy but also fifers more protection to the bottles.

Olivia Paden (Art Center College of Design) created this educational "road-trip adventure kit" as a part of her packaging design class. Check it out.

Student Spotlight: Trip Kit

Olivia Paden (Art Center College of Design) created this educational "road-trip adventure kit" as a part of her packaging design class 2013 toppin PD

Domaine des 15 lots maple syrup packaging design by Bzoing design + créativité - http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2017/01/domaine-des-15-lots.html

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Get Well all-in-one cold survival natural remedies kit by Tammy Kitt.

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Quarter Bag via Packaging of the World #packaging #branding #marketing PD

Quarter Bag

Quarter Bag --Packaging of the World-- Fantastically designed new coffee cup holder concept. Now carrying 3 coffee cups at once won't suck and feel really unsteady in the holder. Looks gorgeous as well.


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#LAXASKEN PACKAGING / Swedish tapas by Jenny Vesterlund

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Portable beer carrier!  I don't even drink beer but if it were served like this, count me in.  Genius.

Student Spotlight: MUG pub

A concept for a takeaway beer four-pack that retains the form of the traditional beer pint using recyclable paper cups. Designed by Ivan Maximov for the Russian beer pub chain MUG.

Imagine you were tasked with sending out actual functioning record players (made of cardboard) as a way to advertise for a sound company. Could you pull off the task? These guys did.  The construction is genius. It ships flat, holds the record, and folds into place in only a single step. Then you place the record under the needle and spin it with a pencil. I’m not sure if the campaign was worth the time, money and effort they spent on it, but I can’t help but appreciate the final product!

This cardboard record player fits nicely into an envelope for easy mailing. Once it is assembled, a record can be spun on it using a pencil and the shape of the cardboard amplifies the vibrations to make the record play.