Today’s successful and disruptive brands have almost all used co-creation to tackle complex challenges, and the same innovation principles can apply to packaging design, writes Amber Bonney. Read more
Sydney-based design company Percept was asked to bring the packaging for a range of alcohol-removed beverages into the modern age.
Renewable packaging company Stora Enso has announced the winners of its design competition focused on children's products.
Creative agency Squad Ink has won gold in the Packaging in Alcoholic Drinks category at the 20th Annual FAB Awards in London.
Denomination won in six categories at Drinks International’s Wine Design 2018 awards, as well as the overall Supreme Champion.
Snack Brands Australia has overhauled the Kettle brand with striking black foil packaging by design agency Tweak.
Canned wines with personality are the order of the day for Australian company Fourth Wave Wine.
An almond milk company has changed the look of its packaging after asking 3000 Australians for a vote on four styles.
The rise of on-the-go breakfasts has led to a new product range and packaging design for Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain brand.
St Andrews Beach Brewery has created a destination with a difference for craft beer lovers. And its brand design supports its unique horses to hops story.
Tetra Pak is offering a new range of packaging material effects to help food and beverage producers achieve shelf stand-out.
Digital printing has led to an influx of limited edition packaging concepts. But has the segment run its course?
Dairy company Brownes wanted to create a product that answered the consumer need for a premium, chilled coffee.
Black Squid Design was briefed to come up with an entry-level label that would help a wine company capture the attention of the Chinese market.
The unboxing phenomenon has brand owners re-thinking storytelling, writes Boxer & Co’s Gwen Blake.