25 November 2014,
Organic Traffic

The goal of any package design is to be unique and to differentiate itself from competitors. A bottle or jar can be somewhat of a white canvas for creative package designers. It’s a space for both art and communication with clients which can be used to tell the story of a brand. There’s a lot of ways this can be done, whether it’s through the typography or the color of the brand.

Today I’m going to showcase 30 creative package designs featuring bottles and jars that are not only unique but tell a story. Here you’ll see these vessels packed with all sorts of different items ranging from wine to salsa. Scroll down and take a look for yourself.

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Le Chat by Isabela Rodrigues

Paradise by Eszter Laki

GOOD DAY MILK PACKAGING by not available design


Kräftig Saft by Isabela Rodrigues Studio

Raw by Lauren Nicole Foot

Hovelsrud Jam & Juice by Gøril Torske and Nina Helland Sortland

Délices de Michèle – Brand Identity & Packagings by Chez Valois, Robin Kurtz and Michael Mason

Gia Nhien Fruit Juice by iBom Design and BINRAINBOW

Roots & Bulbs by Robot Food

The Roots Family by Beatrice Menis

Barclay’s (packaging) by No Entry Design

Juicebox Jugos Vivos

Epleslang by Dinamo Design and Ida Ekroll

Juice Sunday

Monsieur Moustache by Studio Chapeaux

Birch by Andy Clark

Spices & Jams by Masha Barsukova

Geleta jam package design / 2013 by Dori Novotny


Jam Bottle Design For Waitrose by Turner Duckworth

The Jam | Packaging by Jessica Y. Wen

Jilly Jam packaging by Amanda Goddard

Koel Fresh by Dot Kite Lab

Nubes De Yogurt by Regina Puig

Ugly Fruit – Student Work by Mirim Seo

Wotton Brewery by Confederation Studio

Angry Man Salsa by Foundry Co.

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp by PROUDdesign

Happy Moose Juice

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