We're already looking forward to next year's show.
When I was a fresh and foolish first-year art student, I though design was so subjective. How could I possibly please my teachers and get good critiques from classmates when we all had different styles?
A few months back, I was scrolling through my feeds in Google Reader. As I rapidly swiped the trackpad, a product review caught my attention and gave me pause.
As I was putting together this month’s issue, I knew most, if not all, of the articles would focus on the topic of branding — we do enjoy a habit of hosting a rogue, but useful, piece here and there.
Submissions are open now through August 31.
We’ve centered our 2013 Packaging That Sells conference on the inquiry, and if you flip back to the cover, you’ll notice the tag line has changed to it as well.
You know what they say: Your walk talks and your talk talks, but your walk talks louder than your talk talks.
We’ve done it again: We’ve updated brandpackaging.com.
Brian Richard, director, consumer and customer insights, MWV, and Steve Kazanjian, director, global creative, MWV, point out a current mindset on packaging and the danger with that way of thought.
Is there a more divisive topic in the packaging industry than sustainability? You love it, like it or hate it.
BRANDPACKAGING’s packaging conference returned for a tenth year with a focus on a single message: Make It Matter.
The October/November 2014 issue features the latest on Creating Desire with your packaging. You can also read the issue at the Digital Editions.
Design Gallery is a design annual with a global perspective on the best consumer packaging turned out in 2014.
DESIGN GALLERY 2012