- THE MAGAZINE
- CONSUMER INSIGHT
- PRODUCT PACKAGING
- DESIGN GALLERY
Chemex's coffeemakers are considered works of art. Now, the packaging follows suit.
New packaging for the glasses uses luxurious materials.
The range is designed to appeal to different market segments besides the traditional automotive.
New packaging was developed to express that The Crown Choice products are different from traditional sponges and dishcloths.
The reward was offered to customers buying selected P&G products.
Ever heard the quote, “Good artists borrow, great artists steal?” Apparently, Picasso might have said this back in the day, but the true source is lost somewhere in history.
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.
The plastic pail incorporates 25 percent recycled content.
Metal packaging caters to two types of consumers.
Planet Canit, in collaboration with Aquiesse, developed a product line extension using metal to complement a luxury brand of candles traditionally offered in glass.