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The Impact Of Packaging – #167

Most products are only as interesting as their packaging. Some products are really good in that they only adopt simplistic designs, but what if a product is actually effective but packaged badly? Edible goods, for instance, sell highly in the market when they’re packaged in red or green. Below you can find a few examples of the use of color to make an impact.

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Gemma Herrerias

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Monocle Packaging

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Valley Mill Rebrand Submitted by Dan

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milk

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La Michoacana

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One Percent Shoe Packaging

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O-Hour

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Lettering and label project by Matheus Lopes

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Bellroy Wallet Packaging

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Vintage Kellogg’s packaging

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Small Talk Vineyard

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South Lawn frost by Kate Allaire

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Rice Enoir Sake

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Handy Nails Packaging

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Marshall Fridge

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Caca Cava

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Ear Pollution by Connary Fagen

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Demon Redesign by Csaba Bernáth

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Wheeler’s Western Dry Gin

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Evil Spirits Vodka