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10 Great Milk Packaging That Works...

Look at these fantastic milk packaging design and how creative they get. Some of them are really functional. while some others not so much. Enjoy



This roundup features several different types of unique milk packaging designs, all of which I find to be of the highest quality.

 Got milk? Creative Packaging in Selling Natures Dairy
Soy Mamelle: The packaging shape is that aimed to represent that of a cow’s udder, instantly leading the user to what the product is inside the packaging. Whilst it moves away from the usual milk bottle, we still know what it is inside.


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Shroeder: The use of the words One, Two, Whole, and Skim each scaled reflect the fat level of the milk, this packaging was designed by Capsule.

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Organic Farm: This was designed by Lindsay Perkins, it was inspired by a small, local, organic farm in rural Maine.

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Calpis: Made in japan originally from 1922.

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Gotta Moo: Designed by recent graduate Narani Kannan, the design focuses on the most eco-friendly method for milk packaging.

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Forest-Milk: Designed by rise design office, the tree graphic reflects the typography. (Nominated for a Japanese 2009 Good Design Award.)

 Got milk? Creative Packaging in Selling Natures Dairy
Cravendale Milk: These are just simple concept illustrations designed by student, Sanna Annuka.

 Got milk? Creative Packaging in Selling Natures Dairy
Milk: Designed by David Fung, in his words; “The goal of this redesign was to use a standard milk carton as the canvas to create a clean, modern, and functional design.”

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Milk Carton: Designed by raw edge studio, this design aims to merge both form and function.

 Got milk? Creative Packaging in Selling Natures Dairy
HattoMonkey: Designed by design studio HattonMonkey, this is a great typography inspired piece of packaging.

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Teet: Aimed to grab your attention this whole and chocolate milk design is sure to get head turning, by Ashley Linnenbank.

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Yuliya Brodskay:Not know for her packaging designs, but this design is completely left field, and although it may not be too practical.

 Got milk? Creative Packaging in Selling Natures Dairy
Ecolean:Dubbed as “A Lighter Approach to Packaging”.

 Got milk? Creative Packaging in Selling Natures Dairy
Tripple Red:“The red-and-white pattern is reminiscent of a stitched, antique tablecloth, but the magic comes into play when the design element transforms into MILK when read from afar.”

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Julien De Repentigny:He describes the idea to be “an experiement in carboard packaging, as well as communication.”

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Blue Moo:Design by Dan Kunitz, the idea is that older children would be attracted to the milk as it is packaged in a more adult style packaging.

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Feez:This has been designed by HvingtQuatre, they describe the design to be “The milk adorns the packaging, the tasty fruit is brought out on the milk and on the opening that enables the drinking.”

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

i wanna make some,can i get payed? eko minarno here

Anonymous said...

Hi ELO, nice selection, I prefer the whole approach to design like Soy Mamelle concept, it has an exceptional communication factor (Milk-Soy-Cow, really well done) but seems to me really difficult to produce, it is almost impossible to conform the body, the cap and apply graphics by std methods (and to develop any device to manufacture this in mass scale production would be really insane). I think concepts like Teet or Ecolean are a more commercial approach today and also have a really good perceptual factor (specially Teet concept). Thanks, Jorge Ceballos

Barry Packaging said...

Great selection of designs...

I'm really not sure about the Soy Mamelle concept. Although it's a visually creative concept there are a number of serious issues with it:
1. from a production perspective
2. from a shelf space merchandising perspective
3. most importantly it's NOT milk it's soya milk and that market will not necessarily thank you for associating the product with udders!

In general I think it would be really interesting to know how functional the other designs are. It's one thing to have a cool visually stimutating package but if its frustrating to use then the consumer won't become a repeat purchaser....

ELo Designer said...

Yes Barry you are right. Some are really cool but we don't know how functional they really are.

blackksheep said...

Oh these are great!
Some of it is really..intelligent work!

ELo Designer said...

Yes Blacksheep I agree with you...

Anonymous said...

SoyMamelle sucks!

check this out(2005)

Agency: BrandMama, Belgrade, Serbia
Designer: Milan Kliska
Year: 2005

http://cdx.dexigner.com/article/9139/No._36.jpg
http://www.dexigner.com/design_events/6522.html

packaging said...

They are really awesome, i am glad to see this designs in fact customer will also love them.

Packaging Ireland said...

Packaging Of bottles is so attractive, certainly it will attract customers. Specially children will like these type of packaging.

Abhijit Phalke said...

Beautiful post. I have also something to show you. Please watch the complete process of milk packing by automatic milk packing machine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiz2SJSMntk

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