The year 2020 was full of challenges, from a worldwide pandemic to a countrywide lockdown. Whilst life came to halt for many, creatives have flourished – many small businesses have started their journey and many stores moved online.
At Packaging Works, we’ve been very lucky as we continued to work with many large and small businesses, helping their bespoke packaging ideas come to life. Whilst there are many reasons, we wouldn’t want to look back at 2020, we created some fabulous boxes we couldn’t forget:
If you can think of it, we can design it. If your ideas include exotic shaped boxes, we can help. For example, we designed this carrier tray for snack company Propercorn. The box was to hold six packets of their scrumptious lentil chips for an influencer campaign.
The rustic look has always been associated with certain genres of music and this Rival Sons limited edition LP screams rock and roll. The box shows the power of branding with the band’s well-known font, which is easily recognisable to rockers around the world.
Good things come in small packages and this little black box from Wolfie Lashes is giving us everything. The fabu-lash box is tiny, but the photography is striking.
We love a challenge, so when Nike asked us to create a completely sustainable box and sleeve for their latest drop, we happily obliged. The result – a floral and fun responsibly sourced cardboard box complete with environmentally friendly UV ink sleeve.
Whilst coronavirus has forced many companies online, let’s not forget the companies who have been using social media for years. The packaging for Mike’s alcoholic sparkling water features a tweet on the inside – in some ways the box is bringing their online presence in-store!
Over the years, Maker’s Mark have chosen Packaging Works to create their promotional packaging. This is ho-ho-how we helped them in December – the box has a funky snowflake pattern and a cardboard insert holding a Maker’s Mark Christmas jumper, bottle, and recipe card.Back to Blog