Package Design Books
Boxed & Labelled Two! is a compelling exploration of the power of state-of-the-art packaging design today and documents its main strategic directions-all of which address a longing for "truthfulness."
In this volume, 160 high-quality commercial paper packages created by industry professionals, including such famous brands as Champagne Veuve Clicquot and Liberty, unveil the details of the package designs through photographs and schematic drawings, which help readers understand the construction of the boxes and how they work.
It's all about Packaging in the next volume of the Around Europe collection. Selected packaging that stand out by their Unconventional, Exceptional, Experimental, Elegant, Chic, Exclusive solutions.
The Art of Package Design features the finest in worldwide packaging that functions as much more than simply product wrappers. This title includes projects from printed bamboo around Japanese denim, to purified water bottles that look like fine glassware, to eco-friendly boxed seeds, to designer shoeboxes for Nike sneakers, to cut out books doubling as planter boxes, to Pantone paint tins in every possible shade.
Intended as a comprehensive resource for designers, creative professionals, marketers, and retailers, The Big Book of Packaging contains 384 pages of the most innovative packaging designs from around the world. With over 500 featured designs and profiles of twelve of the world's leading designers, the book is a must-have resource for anyone interested in the future of packaging and design.
For Sale showcases packaging designs from 50 top firms. 15 firms are showcased with several spreads of work samples and an in-depth interview to capture their creative process and best advice.
Featuring the world's best packaging with in-depth case studies, Package Design Book analyses how ground-breaking designs are developed by top design and branding offices.
Featuring hundreds of designs, Choosing Color for Logos and Packaging is not only a wonderful resource for ideas and inspiration, but also a handy manual that shows designers how to best communicate with color.
H2O - Water package design is a collection of some of the best-designed labels and bottles for mineral water.
Designing Sustainable Packaging is a practical book on creating packaging prototypes that reflect sustainable and ecologically sound principles.
Supermarket package designs that add color to your daily life. This presents a wide variety of package designs for everyday products available at supermarkets, ranging from food and confections to various home products such as detergents, soaps, and daily wares.
This inspirational and highly visual book, authored by TheDieline's editor in chief Andrew Gibbs, showcases examples of the best of the best from the website, plus never-before-seen projects from top packaging designers from around the world.
Packaging is ephemeral - its purpose is to be "wasted" once we've removed the product it contains. Whilst we are encouraged to "reduce, re-use and recycle", Designing for Re-Use proposes that domestic re-use is the "Cinderella" of this trinity, because it is under researched and little understood.
Packaging today needs to do so much more than preserving, protecting, and promoting the products it contains. The rise of environmental issues and globalization mean that today's packaging designers must create innovative solutions that are also sustainable. This book shows how packaging design has changed to meet the demands of this new context.
Well conceived and delightfully packaged, this thick book documents perfume packaging designer Della Chuangs very own perfume project. For the project, the city of Kyoto was the source of inspiration, while the celebrated Cristophe Laudamiel was the designer of the fragrance. The publication collects Chuangs insights and experiences from her visit to Kyoto that drove the design and realisation of the scent along with its package design, and thus also acts as an illustrated guide to how designers in this field think.
A collection of bottle and package designs for healthcare and beauty products from cosmetics and perfumes to body and hair-care products, as well as nutritional supplements.
A collection of day to day products, available from supermarkets worldwide, that illustrate the particular tastes and styles of the individual countries and people.
This book, the second in the series following Really Good Logos Explained, addresses the elements of effective packaging vs. packages that aren't successful and what makes a particular design more powerful or attention-getting than others. Four well respected design professionals - each of whom will specialize in the area of product packaging - evaluate the 300+ design examples in the book. Each author provides specific and to-the-point observations and critiques.
No other book on the market explores global contemporary packaging to the extent and detail that Package Design Now! does. Practically everything you buy comes in some sort of package-some are just functional, while others strive to be as innovative, elegant, and eye-catching as possible.
Packaging is everywhere you look-it's in your refrigerator, your medicine cabinet, your closets, on the streets, in the stores, etc. Putting together a compendium of 1,000 of the best packages will offer designers a true array of inspiration and illustrate why people make the buying choices they make.
With initiatives like the Wal-Mart Scorecard in the U.S. and the E.U.'s Packaging Directive, delivering sustainable packaging is now an integral part of today's global competitive market. Written by experts from a wide variety of fields, here is a comprehensive, single source of actionable information that enables everyone involved in the design and development process to make smart, informed decisions, opening new possibilities for creating truly innovative solutions.
More than a mere collection of antique packaging, Antique Packaging is a curious compendium of boxes from past eras which have left a mark on the present, principally by this kinds of images and graphic resources used in each of them.
The Design Matters series takes a more in-depth approach, allowing designers to learn not only how to create work that is aesthetically appealing, but also strategy-driven and smart. This book focuses on developing, creating and implementing package designs, while others in the series dissect brochures, logos, publications, and letterhead systems.
Selecting the right color palette for any design project, whether personal or commercial, can make all the difference in getting it right. But choosing the right colors for packages in retail environment competing with thousands of other products, it is especially important to hit the right color note. This book will take the 23 adjectives from The Complete Color Harmony and show 10 different packages in a variety of categories in 3 color combinations each for every adjective.
With informative text and specially commissioned full-color photographs, Print and Production Finishes for Packaging shows the different effects that can be created, and the key print and production techniques used to achieve them.
This new addition to the Workbook series provides readers with a thoughtful packaging primer that covers the challenges of designing packaging for a competitive market in a very hardworking and relevant way.
The Designers Packaging Bible is an essential reference for packaging designers facing the challenge of producing a fresh and exciting response to a client's brief, within the constraints of a pressing deadline and a strict budget.
More than 1.000 images showing the processes of creation, design and assembly of a selection of innovative packaging.
Paper Engineering explores graphic design that extends beyond 2D. From the simplest fold in a letterhead to the structural intricacies of a pop-up book, the construction of 3D paper objects requires as much input as the surface decoration.
This book reveals how much we depend upon visual instructions in daily life. We consult maps, schoolbooks, traffic signs, training manuals and scientific illustrations. In "Open here", we focus on the visual instructions that help us to solve the most basic problems of each day: how to open a child-proof bottle of aspirin, make a reduced-sized double-sided photocopy, listen to voice mail using a mobile phone, program the microwave oven to turn on automatically and have dinner ready when we arrive home.