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Dieline’s Best of the Week Community Roundup | Dieline


Welcome to Dieline’s Weekly Community Roundup, where each week, we will gather some of our favorite projects posted in our Community section. It’s pure design inspiration, from you and for you, whether you’re a reader, designer, or agency—we’ll highlight some of the absolute best packaging design from around the globe.

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Now, let’s take a gander.


“The mooncake set by Bracom, featuring the enchanting image of the moon, is highly believed to be a valuable present to show our appreciation toward friends and clients for their productive cooperation.”

“The inspiration for these designs came during a hike in the Chuckanuts – the coastal mountain range near our hometown of Bellingham, Washington.”

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“Monkey in Paradise is an award-winning vodka that had received the highest accolades in the most respected industry competitions, but the look and feel of their packaging did not support the quality of their product.”

“Our love of good design is what motivates us. So it seemed obvious to develop a deck of poker cards with as much passion as we put into all our design and packaging projects. And by the way: every one of the 54 cards is individually designed in honour of our namesake.”

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“We redesigned logotype, tags, patterns, badges, redefined typefaces and color schemes, even legal copy and nutritional charts deserved hours and hours of relentless work. There was no such thing as ‘just a tiny detail’.”

“Starting with a small pharmacy laboratory, the brand offers a series of products that promise to be much more than a nice scent. The products combine the wonderful aromas of nature with the treatment and restoration of the skin.”

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“Naturel is an eco-friendly bath and body company specializing in shampoo bars. They make salon grade, plastic-free shampoo bars developed for your hair type and are good for the planet.”

Beer Label and Illustration

“Packaging elements for a local Vancouver, BC Brewery startup. This particular beer label was created to farewell the Founding Brewer before he returned to Colorado.”

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“ents of Humour is the brainchild of Aaron Colfer & Jack Horwood. Friends since school, they have always joked about combining skills and launching a product together. Aaron, a product and packaging designer, has always been good at making things look good.”


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Source: Dieline Posts, Author: Andrew Gibbs

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