Love love love loving earth's New branding. Bold, simple, clean and cool images.

New Package Design for Loving Earth by Round — BP&O

Loving Earth chocolate packaging deign by Round, Australia

Love love! Black brown and bold colour! Flat colours blocks and detailed illustration! Yes! (Mason & Co Chocolate Bars)

Packaging Inspiration

great cohesive packaging design for chocolate bars + color palette…

I really like how the cocoa bean shape is used with a different pattern for each flavor. The info are easily readable and succint. The typo for the word chocolate gives the impression that it is sophisticated. I like this package

I really like how the cocoa bean shape is used with a different pattern for each flavor. The info are easily readable and succint. The typo for the word chocolate gives the impression that it is sophisticated.

Le Temps Chocolate / concept / designed by Meeta Panesar

Concepts We Wish Were Real

Le Temps Chocolate / concept / designed by Meeta Panesar

I like the idea of the cover looking like its torn but there is another layer underneath.

How label is placed, designs underneath it, colors are calming Surreal Chocolate on Behance by Quân Ika Vũ Chicago, IL curated by Packaging Diva PD.

Elderbrook Drinks Branding by & SMITH and We All Need Words

Elderbrook bottle packaging design with vibrant colors. Over-the-cap labels add an additional element of color and upgrade the look to seem more specialized

Incorporate the bold type of your brand identity in take away packaging to make it easily identifiable from a distance.

The uniqueness of the design amazes me! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Incorporate the bold type of your brand identity in take away packaging to make it easily identifiable from a distance.

Essence on Behance by The Bold Studio curated by Packaging Diva PD. Who could resist this packaging?

Branding / Essence on Behance by The Bold Studio curated by Packaging Diva PD.

Simplistic lid/sleeve and bold graphic patterns on the inside part

Student: Nada

Created by two students, Thomas Squire and Eve Warren, Nada features geometric patterns in bold colors.

I realize this is a totally different direction but I love this! Something about the bold + pattern. Perhaps something to keep in mind if I ever incorporate custom pattern into the designs.

Logo Design - I realize this is a totally different direction but I love this! Something about the bold + pattern. Perhaps something to keep in mind if I ever incorporate custom pattern into the designs.

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