Good design alone can brighten your day. Check out these three designs and see if you don’t crack a smile.
I absolutely love the designs on these films. They are clean, but kinda funky in their hand-drawn deliciousness; practical in their information hierarchy but irreverently creative in the logo/brand name; and casual but conveying that, seriously, what’s inside is good for you. These are the perfect packagings for a healthy snack food and they make we want to try them all.
This design firm contracted out each flavor to a different artist and the result is a creative, quirky and original design for each gable box. All package elements are hand-drawn and reinforce the handcrafted aspect of this unique fudge. I wish they were readily available in this country because I would keep each box as a work of art on my shelf.
Product website: lindtusa.com/shop/hello-12080–1 | Designed by: I don’t know…
This fun chocolate line by Lindt, Hello My Name Is, is mainstream (I got these at Target) but achieves the look of a handcrafted chocolate with hand-drawn type and illustrative elements. With a design that’s all about the details, like the fun copy and naming system that’s different for every flavor, I think it really fits the market for nationally priced but uniquely flavored.
If you know who designed these, please comment below : )