This month Imagemme has decided to start a series that highlights and celebrates the top four Packaging designs we see during the month. We would like to use our platform to extend recognition to all of our colleagues in the package design industry; who continue to push the envelope forward for us as creatives.
Figlia Feminen By Nature
Superunion Agency’s creation of Figlias Olive oil is ground breaking. Presenting us with unique forms and textures that transport us to a different time. Figlia ( meaning daughter in italian) was founded to celebrate the transfer of a family farm from grandfather to now CEO granddaughter; Emanuela Dargenio. Superunion set out to create packaging that celebrated “feminen individuality”. The packaging, made entirely out of ceramics, was sculpted to represent “ soft organic shapes” like foliage and fruit. The design is reminiscent of an older time through its artful execution of a seemingly underdeveloped form. The shape and color palette of the packaging shares a rustic vibe that subtly references the earthiness of the farm it was developed for.
Legend Of The White Snake
Inspired by an old
Barcelona Chocolate Museums “Bean To Bar” Packaging
The Barcelona Chocolate
Igloo Package update
Last but certainly not least, Our favorite package design of the month comes from Igloo. The power house brand Igloo, a name synonymous with styrofoam and plastic has just created the world’s first eco friendly cooler. While the focus of this list has been aesthetics, we’d like to take a moment to highlight sustainable design. Igloos’s “Recool”Is the first cooler ever created entirely from biodegradable materials. While not the prettiest of packaging, the designs function and durability shine through. The small cooler is strong enough to hold up to 75 lbs. The rough pulp aesthetic is fitting and trailers to this sustainable design perfectly.
Photos sourced from The Dieline