What attracts your eyes when you buy something? It’s the package of course. The way how the product appears is essential and often plays the key role in the product’s sucess story. The customer just wants to buy it not caring about what’s inside. The one you see now is a package for Rellana Wool. It’s being used for scarfs and hats production. The image of a human face makes you feel it’s not wool but somebody’s hair and beard. Continue reading for more amazing examples.The tPod package design solves the problem of tea bags slipping into your cup. If it happens, the paper dingey will hold it back.
Japanese people are always original. This is a package design for a japanese cookie. It looks like the afro haircut. Hm..It’s interesting how the cookie really tastes?
Here you see an example of minimalism in package design for headphones. A work by designer Corinne Pant.
The package looks like a wardrobe with hanged T-bags.
Honey from Klein Constantia in an original beehive design package. When you unpack it you see a honey jar plastered with bees.
Creative package design is a need. Otherwise your product will fail. Maybe some of these designs will inspire you to create your own or even to buy one of these products. But be careful! The content is also important.