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Outdoor advertising is effective and very popular in many countries. Advertising agencies are trying to do something new, creative, to make their a billboard stand out among other boards. Soeme of these billboards are very very good and as a result effective.
One of the things that identifies the image of a product is its packaging. Few elements like striking graphics, attractive colors, and unusual shapes are carefully thought of to come up with packaging design that catches the attention of the consumers.
A packaging design is a critical component in marketing because it is the packaging that makes it stand from the rest when consumers choose a product from the shelf. We usually see the packaging first instead of an innovative product.
This post presents the clever and innovative ideas of some of the company manufacturers around the world.
Evian 2005 Limited Edition Bottle
Experimental Milk Carton
Tequila Gun Packaging
Salt & Pepper Cell
360 Paper Bottle
Wine in a Can
Doritos Packaging Concept
El Mil del Poaig Packaging
Egg Packaging Corrugated Card
Boxless Pizza Package Design
Paul Smith x Evian
El Negrito Packaging Design
Coca-Cola 2009 Holiday Ornament Bottles
Sexy Gourmet Food
Quick Fruit Packaging Concept
Re:Charge Beverage packaging
A Russian-born Yulia Broadskaya is an artist and illustrator known for her handmade elegant and detailed paper illustrations. She resurrects a centuries-old art form for her delightfully intricate paper illustrations.
Yulia, uses two simple materials—paper and glue—to make lush, vibrant, “paper-graphics”. Much of Brodskaya’s work uses an old technique called Quilling, in which ribbons of paper are used to create intricate designs; however she takes it to an entirely new level. She has swiftly earned an international reputation for her innovative paper illustrations.
Nacho Diaz, a 26 year old t-shirt designer from Spain is consistently pushing out simple and funny t-shirt designs. Nacho’s has been working as a t-shirt designer for 3 years but she has been drawing all her life. She like to do many types of designs, but mostly enjoy working on funny and simple ideas, trying to see the funny part in every detail of our daily life. If you are familiar with the Threadless community and the style of t-shirts that they print, you would know that these designs go down a treat. With 27 of them being printed, I would say that is quite an achievement.
Nowadays you don’t need to be a huge agency with a state-of-the-art, no-expense-spared office to show off your creative side. These days we come across freelance designers who have created their workspace / sanctuary with relatively limited resources and have achieved the same result.