The Fruit Toilet Paper

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Designed by Kazuaki Kawahara! Via packagingoftheworld


packaging design,trends — thebrainbehind @ 14:07's THE FUTURE OF CUSTOMER SERVICE from

Five trends that will redefine great service in 2015 and beyond according to

Listen, Learn, Earn: We Are Social’s Guide to Social Listening

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Listen, Learn, Earn: We Are Social's Guide to Social Listening from We Are Social Singapore

Forget everything you know about social media

packaging design — thebrainbehind @ 10:48

Forget everything you know about social media from Gregory Pouy

Since the appearance of Social Media, and the relative empowerment of the consumer, we’ve been trying to tell marketers they can have visibility for free.
Just like magic… Since this year, you can read everywhere that Earned Media is dead, that Facebook’s Edgerank for brands is almost 0… Oh, and by the way, Facebook may soondisappear and Twitter will never spread to John and Jane Doe… In others words, it’s all been a big misunderstanding. A very interesting presentation by @gregfromparis

Gawatt emotions

packaging design — thebrainbehind @ 11:14

Lovely packaging concept that lets you customize the faces by your mood or let them lead your emotions! Created by a bunch of people

It was written in the stars.

packaging design,quotes — thebrainbehind @ 17:20

by wichoria

Wine, or maybe not?

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Created by Constantin Bolimond Via packagingoftheworld

Celebrity souls

packaging design — thebrainbehind @ 10:10

Celebrity souls placed in a stylish mason jar to keep it fresh and out of trouble. Brought to you by SoulsRUs. Via

threat level wines

packaging design — thebrainbehind @ 19:58

Great packaging design for wines! Does anybody know who is behind them? via Mona Eltahawy

Packaging design for famous websites

packaging design — thebrainbehind @ 12:09

A concept by Didier Laureaux


packaging design — thebrainbehind @ 17:02

This award winning humoristic packaging by Simon Laliberté offers the function of assembling two products (two paintbrushes) together with only one cardboard printed on both sides. One paintbrush is a big one and the other is a small one for finishing touches. Once it’s folded, the package has two utilities: 1. Protecting paintbrushes when he is shipped. 2. Supporting the paintbrushes when it’s full of paint. Each paintbrushes has been named and linked to a size number to identify them.

Sweet like chocolate

packaging design — thebrainbehind @ 13:59

Lovely minimal packaging design by ruizcompany.. Click here for a larger view

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