Tokyo design studio Spread has used industrial materials to create minimal CD packaging for Japanese rock band Soutaiseiriron and American producer Jeff Mills’ track Spectrum.
The casing is made from a solid square slab of metal with the CD housed in a cut-out circular section whilst a single metal bolt attached to the centre of the packaging keeps the CD and a circular plastic protective cover in place. The whole thing is wrapped in a plastic bubblewrap envelope, which is labelled with a yellow and black sticker – designed to mimic the caution warnings often found on industrial products.
Artisanal oil brand By Evolve has packaged its organic extra virgin olive oil in a cylindrical reusable bottle made from laboratory glass.
Lillet packaging by Autumn Whitehurst.
Beautiful bottles designed by Horse for premium mineral water brand, Nongfu.
Self-initiated minimal honey packaging by Lis Pikkorainen.
Loving this self-initiated packaging/product design project, by Lucy Han.
Via The English Group.
Stinger Surf Wax is made of all natural North Shore beeswax, organic coconut oil and recycled paper. No need for harmful unnatural components! Its hexagonal shape creates the perfect fit for your hand while you are waxing your surfboard and anything else you like to wax.
Check out Stinger Surf Wax on Kickstarter.
A personal branding project by Michael Söderqvist-Waag.
Limited edition festive chocolate bars, each named after one of the Three Kings, in packaging beautifully designed by Believe in.