The clear plastic bottle is molded in the shape of a clenched fist.
Two new products are packaged in plastic bottles with wood-grain finished closures.
Celebrity hair stylist Mitch Stone's brand of professional styling products pay homage to the area he loves.
The design allows consumers to visually see the “broken” hang-hole tab area alerting them that the package has been tampered with.
The design seeks to eliminate unnecessary sidewall ribbing for strong visual appeal.
The package is designed to retain its shape, perform well during transport, and stack well on retail shelves and in consumer pantries.
National recycling statistics show a trend in improvements in the recovery stream for rigid plastics.
The company offers plastic components and manufactures bottles, jars flexible tubes and closures for many end users including personal care, pharmaceutical, healthcare and nutrition.
The organization’s new name is COVERIS.
The companies will operate as the world's sixth-largest global plastics packaging company.
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