Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
From logo, color, form, materials, and typography to display effects, collateral materials, even environmental issues, packaging is based on a strategic brand image and merchandising criteria, and plays a decisive role in defining product image. This book includes a wide variety of highly refined and unquestionably impressive packages in three distinct categories: food, beauty, and living. For example, packages unique in form, packages made of unexpected materials, packages rendered in eye-catching color variations, and packages so stunningly simple and yet make a strong impact. In addition to product packages, there are excellent examples of gift boxes, shopping bags, and wrapping materials, which retail shops offer to their customers.