Aussie artist Ben Frost has struck again, and this time he’s hand painting colorful pop art over product packaging. We especially dig the ones on McDonald’s characteristic red paper packaging for its fries and random packaging for pharmaceutical products.
If you have to design packaging for paintbrushes, you might as well go all out. That’s exactly what Simon Laliberté did when he designed packaging for Poilu. Besides the fact that the design is hilarious, the packaging also functions as a support for the brushes.
I dig this new, innovative and sustainable design for cosmetics packaging by Juho Johannes Kruskopf, Arttu Kuisma and Nikolo Kerimov, all students at Lahti Institute of Design in Finland. It’s beautiful packaging with a high-end look that could have many purposes.
Your CD might come in a case with an interactive wheel you can spin to change the original line art. Your cassette might be housed in a 45 record melted and molded around it.