From foils to glitter and holographic film, below are some packaging designs that show how different effects can be used to give an exquisite finish to a product.
Deboss to create a tactile impression
Black on black – gloss spot varnish on matt black
Gold and silver foiling with embossing
Screen printing on glass
We understand different types of substrates – whether it be paper, plastic or glass – and their capabilities and limitations. So we ensure that our designs and artwork work within these parameters and this includes a variety of special print finishes.
This month we have had a look at some quirky and fun packaging ideas centred around products for pets.
Capturing the theme from a dog’s perspective – packaging designed in the shape of a slipper for dinner and a newspaper for breakfast.
Instead of using plastic bags which are harmful to the environment and cannot be recycled, Whitebites is packaged in recyclable paper – combining humour, aesthetics and a consciousness for the environment.
Playful and discreet, these cleverly designed boxes fit in your pocket and the bags are biodegradable.
Yumeow Cat Snacks
Not only is the container made of paper, it is stackable and can keep leftover snacks fresh.
Rest In Pets
No more unceremonious flushing of goldfish down toilets or cats being buried in old shoe boxes. These caskets are made of biodegradable cardboard.
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