Having a cup of hot beverage and several cookie/biscuit is a real enjoyment during the winter time. If you are not those ones who bake their own cookie/biscuit (like me), you probably have your own way to choose the right cookie/biscuit among the massive options. What is the most important thing for you to choose your cookie? Brand? Ingredient? Price? or Packaging? I know there is saying said you can’t judge a book by its cover, but you still can’t deny the important role of packaging plays during the purchase. Here we have rounded up 20 Appealing and Creative Cookie / Biscuit Packaging Designs, which are definitely temptation on shelf.
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Packaging design ideas are essential for attracting customers to both new and existing products. With so many options these days, how to impress your client before & after purchase is a combination of science, technology and art. It has been proved a well-designed package can complement or even enhance the product it was designed to carry. No wonder, more and more time & effort is spent to create eye-catching, meaningful, funny, and clever packaging designs. Here, we rounded up 30 Creative Packaging Design Ideas around the world. Would you be attacted by these packaging when you see them in life?
“Poilu”(French: hairy) is a set of creative packaging concepts for paintbrush designed by French-Canadian artist Simon Laliberte. The idea behind the packaging is to help sell paintbrushes and protects them during shipping. By combining two brushes inside the face packaging, Simon successfully produced a family of amusing bewhiskered folk.
Vegetabrella, a combination of the two words “vegetable” and “umbrella”, well speak for itself that it is an umbrella that looks like the head of a romaine lettuce. Invested in Japan, the country is always good for a surprise. When closed it has a very realistic resemblance to a romaine salad head. When opened it becomes a normal umbrella in light green and yellow shades. The ribbon to keep it closed reminds those found on salads in Japanese supermarkets, same as the carton box holds it. Designed by Yurie Mano, each Vegetabrella is hand made by Tokyo Noble – a family owned company that specializes on the production of high quality hand made umbrellas. Would you like to have such a lettuce looking umbrella in your bag? [source]