The Last Drop Of Shampoo

The Last Drop Of Shampoo

So, how do you get to the very last drop of the shampoo in the bottle? Why, use the Not Waste Any Bottle, which features a special-designed refill and replaces the plastic bottle. You can hang it on the wall and make the bathroom look neater. The design dispenses the shampoo in controlled portions, thus eliminating wastage. Awesome!

0 Designers: Nai-Jung Hsu & Zong-Yi Liu

Only A Bloody Bag

Only A Bloody Bag

The Blood Bag gets a redesign with this new concept, which hopes to resolve some key flaws through innovation. For example, the bag has a purposeful niche around which you can wrap the integrated tubes, thus leaving the labeling area clear and visible. There is a sensor attached to the bag, which helps to keep the donated blood at optimum temperature for transportation. Small, but significant innovations, what do you think?

0 Designer: Ni-Hsin Chang

The Roly-Poly Toothpaste

The Roly-Poly Toothpaste

Recent toothpaste packaging design concepts have always focused on how to get the maximum squeeze out of a tube. The Roly-Poly Toothpaste is no different. Its designed on the lines of the namesake toy and is intended keep the body of the toothpaste in such an alignment that it stays upright. Take a look at the details to see how it functions….

0 Designers: Jung ho Kang & Hyun woo Kim

The Box Tape

The Box Tape

Ask the guys in the packing department, what will make life easier for them? Easy ripping off the tape from boxes! Cutters are an option, but then you need to be really careful not to slash the contents. Which is why the Box Tape is a clever design that I think can be easily made. What do you think?

0 Designers: Jin Young Park & So Young Park

Bottle Crate And Their Story

Bottle Crate And Their Story

A typical bottle crate can hold thirty bottles, however the design of the crate leaves room for more to fit in. The Up & Down Box can hold twenty more by accommodating upside-down bottles between the upright bottles! How cool is that!

0 Designers: Jung HoeYeong, Lee HyoMin, Lim JooYoung, Ryu JaeKeon & So ByungHyun

Guerilla Gardening Starbucks Style

Guerilla Gardening Starbucks Style

Envisioned as a conceptual design for where Starbucks as a brand may be in 2025, the The Starbucks ‘SeedPod’ is the new-age tactic for Guerilla Gardening. As per Freddie’s vision, The ‘Seed Pods’ will be given away at Starbucks location together with free seeds, which are meant for planting in the local community. The aim is to aid replanting areas and aligns with Starbucks sustainable policy.

0 Designer: Freddie Jordan

Bruce Lee And His Cards

Bruce Lee And His Cards

“The meaning of life is that it has to be lived.” How true! And full marks for guessing the author of this quote – Bruce Lee. Known as the most influential martial-arts artists of all time, Lee was single-handedly responsible for breaking the stereotype of Asians in Hollywood movies. Commemorating his 73rd birthday today, the visionaries in the art of magic and cardistry, Dan and Dave, are out with a dedicated Bruce Lee Playing Cards Deck. All the cards feature an inspiring Bruce Lee quote, except for the Aces.

0 Designers: Dan and Dave [ Buy it Here ]

Wrapped Around My Finger

Wrapped Around My Finger

The Zero is yet another bottle packaging design that looks at extracting the very last drop of its contents. We saw a similar toothpaste design that used centrifugal force to drive all the toothpaste towards the mouth. The question here is, does this concept work or should designers put back their thinking caps and come up with something different? What do you say?

0 Designer: Yongwoo Shim

Three Times The Suds

Three Times The Suds

The 3in1 is an efficient refill container for your bathroom toiletries. The container features three different dispensers for shampoo, conditioner and bathing gel. The packaging is innovative in the sense that you can have sequential use of your products and at the same time have a bottle that uses lesser space. Kinda neat like the multicolored 5-in-1 pens I have with me!

0 Designer: Jungjune Seo

Happy Halo Duck

Happy Halo Duck

The packaging for the Fluid Bottles used in the medical industry is exactly what it is expected to look like – sterile. Rightly so, but the thing is that its also the source of stress in children. By simply redesigning the bottle with a cute bubble encased duck, the Halo Duck Fluid Bottle is less intimidating. The bubble also prevent reverse flow, adding purpose to the design. Cute!

0 Designer: Jung Hyun Min

The Corner Lift

The Corner Lift

Clever Packaging Design is also worthy of mention on our pages and this is why I bring to you the Corner Box. The box provides a small concave space for your fingers at a bottom corner. Making it easy to grasp the box, the indent also reinforces the edges so that they don’t split open. Sweet!

0 Designers: Lin Tsen Ying & Huang Hsiao Yuan

Exact Rice Serving

Exact Rice Serving

I am a pretty accomplished cook when it comes to dishing out exotic cuisines; however the basics like cooking rice and bread still intimidate me. I suppose this set of designers had me in mind while conceptualizing the Rice Pack! More than being a simple package for rice; it is also a guide to the ideal amount of water required to cook the rice in a rice cooker. The package contains enough rice for either one or two serves.

0 Designers: Park Kyungran, Kim Miyeon & Gho Hyejin

Very Clear, It’s Blood

Very Clear, It’s Blood

With the IBB Blood Transfusion Packs there will be no room for error while administering blood to those who need it. The packaging makes it almost impossible for you to make a mistake, because the letters A, B, or O appear prominently when the bag is filled with blood. Every part of the bags except the letters is translucent and this is what makes it distinctive.

0 Designers: Lee Hye Jung, Kim Byung Soo, Chae Ju Eun & Kim Bo Mi

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