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Gorgeous Print & Packaging Design Collection – April 2020

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Almost every business owner prefers to go digital with their brand. While this is most ideal method in terms of promoting a product or service, print media is still relevant. While the digital media is overcrowded with heavy contents and ads, print media still makes a huge impact in terms of marketing and promoting a brand or a product.

Marketing collaterals like business cards, brochures, posters, T-shirts, and even product packaging give a tangible appeal to a brand, especially if they are designed in the most compelling manner like in the examples below. You’d think twice about discarding them.

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T A M M / Branding by Michelle Tiquet

 

Sushi Boto by Hue Studio

 

Amena by Enrike Puerto

Submitted by Enrique Puerto
The client came with me with the idea of create a funny and different brand from the typical peanut butter that exist in the market, having as a plus being very smooth and light, more light than your dreams.

The solution: We know that the greatest weakness of all is a piece of candy, We hate them and love them for what they are. That is why we wanted to give sweetness a lighter touch, but without losing the flavor that is why we love them and thus achieve a dream. A very light dream.

 

Arshin National Carpet Museum by Aynur Hasanova

 

Stuff Your Pie Hole by Julia Clayton

 

“玉墨多味瓜子”包装设计解决方案The Wild West Sunflower Seed by Pica Packaging Design Lab and Iain Macarthur

 

Nyyukin Jewelry by KittoKatsu GmbH

 

Kermalk – brand identity by Ahmed Zaza

Submitted by Ahmed Zaza
Kermalk is the first smart rewards platform in Saudi Arabia that offers you instant rewards with every visit to your favorite places. it offers Instant rewards, No coupons, no vouchers and no points collected. Earn clear rewards with every visit to your favorite restaurants.

Kermalk was looking for an exciting and joyful brand divine from the feeling we get when we get an offer. We want everyone to be happy when he sees the logo.This resulted in a smiley face mark that represents sales and offers, and playful wordmark. And we worked on a logo system to make the logo more human and Interactive. we injected joyful colors, red and orange, to covey Kermalk attributes The final brand is a modern, playful, friendly,
simple.

 

Dance bag by Razoya

 

WJY Studios: Business Cards by WJY Studios

 

Nipper & Co teas — Brand identity & Packaging by Claire Hartley

 

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