No, they aren’t just pictures to trick the eyes. Astonishing but real, the brand new watches have indeed been packed in water pouches ready to be purchased by customers. But when you learn why, you realize that the clever package does speak for itself.
Why do you think a company should go so bold and clear about using the message ‘Stop The Water While Using Me!‘ on a toothpaste tube? It definitely is a reminder of our careless wastage habits, when we can make a difference by a simple act, which is turning off the water when it’s not in use.
Disposal of chocolate boxes couldn’t have been easier and more environmental-friendly! Marks and Spencer had been working on a material called ‘plantic’ with which they wanted to make chocolate trays. Plantic, which is made of starch and 100% compostable is now being used for their complete collection of ‘Swiss Chocolate Assortment’ paving the way to a new era of responsible food packaging.
When summer arrives, no way you can miss the smell of the fresh vibrant flowers and of course the buzzing of the busy bees. It is for the very tedious work of the bees that we are able to enjoy honey. Over here designer Tatiana Matsoulevitch, creatively makes a packaging in the likes of a honeycomb structure for a bottle of honey, that beautifully creates an illusion of the honey being within the compartments itself.
If you are interested in packaging styles of different commodities then you surely would like to take a look at this one. It showcases a new way of spaghetti packaging which is otherwise just a bundle of thin sticks in a paper container. The designer has brilliantly made use of the delicate spaghetti sticks to create a replica of the Chrysler Building.