It is often said that 3 in 4 consumer buying decisions are made at the point of purchase. That is why it is crucial for product packaging to have maximum shelf presence. Great packaging should capture the shopper’s attention and give them enough information to close the sale. An effective package design should also build brand awareness and customer satisfaction in the purchase decision they make. In this packaging gallery, we present the latest of our findings from the wonderful world of packaging design.
Anthia by The Comeback Studio
tea packaging design
63 Kelvin Fine Vodka by Jim Bogenrief
Bundaberg Distilling Co. 125th Anniversary Bottle
Creteleon by T&E Polydorou Design
Phin Phebes Ice Cream
Bath Oil by Ambre
Men's Shirt Packaging
Family Jam Kitchen by London Studio
Sardines by Zuchna
Russian Bear Vodka
Nongfu Spring by Mousegraphics
Harmonian by Mousegraphics
Family Beez by Mousegraphics
New packaging for t-shirts Hard Lunch.
London Field Soap Company by One Darnley Road
Submitted by Adrien Duchateau.
Submitted by Bobby.
Organic Wines by Andrea Castelletti
Honey packaging concepts by Orsi Frey
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