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Creative new packaging helps neighborhood gathering place Einstein Bros. Bagels deliver on its friendly, whimsical image.
You’d think that when it comes to sports and outdoor merchandise, packaging would pack a punch.
Salt of the Earth Bakery, founded by husband and wife Haskel and Alexandra Rabbani, has relaunched its artisan baked goods in a fresh new structure and design worthy of these supremely delicious treats.
American Beverage Corporation’s Daily’s Cocktails, a collection of 13 single-serve, ready-to-drink favorites, was recently redressed in shiny silver polyfoil 10-oz. pouches adorned with drink shots and fruit images.
Since 1998, New York-based Sprigs, an established accessory house, has had the mission of enhancing life by melding style and function into products of unique design.
I started out as a package designer in 1960. Magic Marker was the medium, and beautiful and trustworthy was the message.
Found in the medicine cabinets of many homes, Tweezerman tweezers are known as much for their ability to grasp the smallest of splinters or hairs as they are the brand’s famous lifetime sharpening guarantee.
The challenge: The redesign targets moms who care about purchasing products that reduce waste in their family’s on-the-go meals and snacks.