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5 Package Designs of the Week

When it comes to the world of packaging, no one covers it more comprehensively than Dieline—so we’ve partnered with our friends at the site on a new column, 5 Package Designs of the Week. Check in every Friday for five of the finest pieces of pack from the week that was.


Milca

“After more than two decades of absence, the Milca brand has returned to Nicaragua and expanded through Central America. Using retro-style branding, it was designed to capture the hearts of both centennials and millennials.”

—Andrew Gibbs




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MatchaBar

“Designer Alexandra Mangione, creative director of MatchaBar, recently rebranded their packaging with a playful aesthetic designed to show how the product makes you feel. This design exudes energy, and bonus points for the recyclable tin.”

—Andrew Gibbs




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Seek Hair Salon

“The branding for Seek Hair Salon's range of products pairs bold colors and typeface with fun icons that represent each product. Designer Jin Fujiwara created the brand look with the goal of targeting younger audiences.”

—Andrew Gibbs





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T Hoúse Time

“Refillable tea packaging? Forbidden cities? Sounds precisely like the kind of tea we want to run out and buy right away.”

—Andrew Gibbs





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Bloom & Blossom

“Bloom and Blossom wasn’t just content with being a family focused skincare line—they also wanted to take over the world. Not in the Dr. Evil sense, but they did want to position themselves more as a global lifestyle brand, so they turned to the creative tinkerers that are JKR for a refreshed identity.”

—Bill McCool





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