Today we are publishing the latest package design projects that landed in our editorial inbox during the past two weeks.
Last month, the beer giant Carlsberg presented the first prototype of the bio-degradable "Green Fiber Bottle," announced earlier in January 2015 at World Economic Forum in Davos.
Adidas's Group Executive Member Eric Liedtke and the Parley for the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch during their talk "Oceans. Climate. Life" discussed the problem of cleaning up the world ocean from post-consumer plastic waste.
For the month of Ramadan, a religious Muslim holiday, Coca-Cola company has released a limited edition of two logo-less cans in a gift box. Each can features Coke's iconic white stripe on a red background on one side and a phrase on the other side: “Labels are for cans, not for people.”
Six design works that have caught our eye this week.
Alitalia, Spotify, Quora and Oculus have got new visual identity, while Netflix and Instagram have redesigned their websites. LinkedIn's Pulse app has gone through redesign too.
The new Stubborn line comes in response to a growing consumers' demand for healthier drinks.
Strategic positioning and packaging design were developed by Webb deVlam who had been in charge of the Bombay gins packaging for years.