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25 Creative Packaging Designs That Practically Sell Themselves

25 Creative Packaging Designs That Practically Sell Themselves
We often consider the products we use and their packaging to be two separate things – the product is the thing we want, and its packaging is a piece of trash to be thrown away. These 30 ingenious packaging designs, however, prove that a well-designed package can complement or even enhance the product it was designed to carry. [Read more...] Good design isn’t just about the product – it’s about good packaging as well. The honey pots are an excellent example of packaging design. The hexagon shape is perfect for representing what’s inside the jar, and it can be stacked to form a honeycomb pattern. Some of the other packaging, while not exactly useful, is still helpful and stylish. 1. Designed by Lo Siento Studio 2. (Designer: Corinne Pant) 3. Designed by Lacy Kuhn 4. Designer: Alex Creamer 5. Advertising Agency: JWT, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 6. Designer unknown 7. Designed by Soon Mo Kang 8. Designed by Clara Lindsten 9. Designed by Andy Winner and One Show Merit 10. Designed by Maksi Marbuzov 11.

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