• Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 10 of 13
  • Trip Kit | Project: Design a “conceptual kit” that packages 3-5 items. It can be a how-to, an introduction/membership, or a how-to-survive kit. | My Concept: An engaging, educational “roadtrip adventure kit” for each child in the car, to help break up a long roadtrip into a series of mini-adventures. At each stop along your route, open a surprise gift, plus use photos and interesting facts to learn about your destination. | Designer: Olivia Paden | Image 5 of 11
  • Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 4 of 13
  • Love Hurts. A potentially useful packaging concept | Designer: Melanie Chernock
  • The Futurist Kitschen | Student Project
  • Dulux Paint Tins | Concept | Redesigned the tins as Cubes; reducing storage space & transport, thus reducing their environmental impact. The color forms the majority of each package’s surface, making selection for the consumer much easier. The paint finish is also reflected in each package. Using different crops of the logo, each sub-brand has it’s own look but are all are clearly part of a bigger family; achieving a greater on-shelf impact and brand awareness. | Designer: Founded | Image 3 of 3
  • Trip Kit | Project: Design a “conceptual kit” that packages 3-5 items. It can be a how-to, an introduction/membership, or a how-to-survive kit. | My Concept: An engaging, educational “roadtrip adventure kit” for each child in the car, to help break up a long roadtrip into a series of mini-adventures. At each stop along your route, open a surprise gift, plus use photos and interesting facts to learn about your destination. | Designer: Olivia Paden | Image 9 of 11
  • Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 13 of 13
  • Milk Carton Concept
  • SOU | Designer: QuesttoNó & Tátil Design
  • THE SCENT OF PANTONE® | Designer: Ron Hahn
  • M&M’s packaging redesign concept | Designer: Alyssa Phillips
  • Trip Kit | Project: Design a “conceptual kit” that packages 3-5 items. It can be a how-to, an introduction/membership, or a how-to-survive kit. | My Concept: An engaging, educational “roadtrip adventure kit” for each child in the car, to help break up a long roadtrip into a series of mini-adventures. At each stop along your route, open a surprise gift, plus use photos and interesting facts to learn about your destination. | Designer: Olivia Paden | Image 11 of 11
  • Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 5 of 13
  • BIG BRAND THEORY: Packaging Design | Creating a series of experimental packaging design based on the principle of BIG BRAND THEORY. The main focus is to have each brand’s identity meticulously and uniquely cropped out of the packaging as much as possible yet maintaining it’s integrity and comprehension at the same time enhancing the aesthetic value. | Designer: Ewan Yap
  • Milk Packaging Concept
  • Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 9 of 13
  • COLORLESS | Eco-Friendly Package Proposal |  Designer: Harc Lee | Image 2 of 2
  • Heineken Cube | Designer: Petit Romain | Image 2 of 3
  • GIGS.2.GO | Credit Card Sized Tear & Go USB Packaging
  • De Fold Containers
  • HealthTea concept | Designer: MAS
  • Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 2 of 13
  • Quarter Bag Cup Carrier
  • 6 Brown Eggs (Concept) | Designer: Sarah Machicado
  • 321 Water (water bottle)
  • Golden Eggs Packaging Conceot
  • Sushi Box | Student Work | Designer: Sergio Ortiz Ruiz | Image 3 of 3
  • Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 8 of 13
  • Sushi Box | Student Work | Designer: Sergio Ortiz Ruiz | Image 2 of 3
  • Antidote Software Packaging | Designed to replace big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside. The package is sealed with a branded sticker. Before the label is removed, the upper and lower panels lock the envelope, protecting the content. Instructions are printed clearly and indicated by the numbers on each tab. A card is included with the serial number. The USB disk can be reused for other purposes after installation. | Designer: Nicolas Menard | Image 7 of 13
  • Heineken Cube | Designer: Petit Romain | Image 3 of 3
  • Organic Valley Milk Packaging Concept