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Christopher Warren
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Writer for The Packaging Insider - Big things come in small packages
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NEW CONCEPT OF CRAYON PACKAGING DESIGN [Silk Screened] by Seulbi Kim! Crayons are generally considered to be used by children, but there are also other potential users, which means crayons are no longer the preserve of particular users, children.
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This project was to create a unified packaging for 3 popular types of Japanese tea – Sencha, Kukicha and Genmaicha!
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Check out this simple and minimalistic concept design for Medicine packaging by a student!
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S-TONE is a concept of multi-colored nail polish. The packaging imitate the shape of beach pebbles.
By Ekaterina Dubeykovskaya.
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School project by Camille Charbonneau
Mandate : Create a packaging that can be used for many different flavors !

The usage of the die cut of the “fluffy” animals is brilliant! The variation of the colors plays with the colors of the mini marshmallows.
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lil’ zombz was an advertisement campaign conceptualized and developed under the direction of senior designers Krista Masilionis and Andrew Kuttler from Hallmark. The objective was to create & develop a candy brand across packaging, in-store advertising & online touchpoints.
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Designer, Yung Ta Yang, used CHOTTO as the brand name because they like people to concentrate on the concept of “moment”. Usually when people buying incense, the smell of it is the key. The series of CHOTTO are the incenses for different moment in daily life.

When you light up a piece of CHOTTO incense, a precious moment that you spend with yourself also just started!
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The new package now explains the functionalities of each product, using more “human” language, followed by the existing product numbers to maintain brand equity. It appeals to a younger, urban athlete who runs for fitness and casual racing; more than anything, it’s about stress relief and setting a tangible goal to accomplish.
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Designer, Jessica Ma, wanted to solve this irritable, daily annoyance in a beautiful yet simple way. Jessica’s creative focus are: packaging, playful functional everyday objects and creative agencies. One of our favorite types of packaging or product designs, are the eco-friendly ones!
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The overall brand speaks to this with crisp lines, a simple color palette and symbolic ice cream drops in the logo. The ice cream packaging reflects the overall brand expression as well, using the same minimal color scheme and a minimalistic approach to labelling to reach out to it’s target market
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