• Bantu Bread Package Design & Branding by Kelsey Farnham, via Behance
  • The 60 Bag biodegrades in 60 days. The bag is made of flax-viscose non-woven fabric and was developed and manufactured in Poland. The flax-Viscose fabric is produced with flax fiber industrial waste, which means it doesn’t exploit any natural resources and requires minimal energy during its production.
  • Our challenge was to create a sustainable, innovative and ownable package structure and graphic design. With an innovative new structure and contemporary identity, the overall design is successful in conveying the brand attributes of authentically fresh and locally grown while showcasing the fully vine-ripened tomato product.
  • Hall Food on Packaging Design Served PD
  • Design Innovation In Sustainable Packaging - SCA Packaging Design Challenge
  • Ecovative | Mushroom packaging
  • Puma eco packaging Puma eco clever little bag pacage 2 personal things graphics packages eco design
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  • Save The Planet By Boozing With These Paper Wine Bottles
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  • // Breadshop / Designed by NAAUAO, Kaneohe, Hawaii, USA //
  • THE FUTURE IS NOW - The much anticipated contemporary + sustainable e-Boutique…
  • Natural Delivery.
  • Rawganical packaging
  • Cool packaging
  • Zen Perfume Packaging Design Talk about a zen idea and here is one that tops the list. The designs are original simple and as zen teaches are without the elements that are not required. The clever use of glass and plastic makes the feel of the product original.
  • cork clutches / Adaism
  • GreenKraft clamshell packaging - eco friendly and stylish.  Great for soap packaging, wedding favor boxes, corporate gifts and more!
  • BizeeBox is a reusable, dishwasher-safe container that aims to remove takeout waste, Who's game to try this returnable #packaging idea? PD
  • PepsiCo recently announced they have devleoped the worlds first PET plastic bottle made entirely from plant-based renewable resources. Pepsi's bottle is made from bio-based materials including switch grass, pine bark and corn husks. In the future, the company expects to broaden the renewable resources used to create the green botle to include orange peels, potato peels, oat hulls and other agricutltural byproducts from its food business.