Dieline’s Friday Wrap-Up: ‘Healthy’ Redesigns, Plastic Booties, and Why You Should Get Paid To Pitch
It's Friday, y'all! We've got Shohei Ohtani's favorite joyless snack, Land doing Land things, the stupidity of not getting paid to pitch, and plastic waste surgery nightmares, courtesy of Liquid Death.
The Dieline's Top Natural Wine Collection
It's national wine day! What better way to celebrate than to pop open a funky Moscato and dig into some of our favorite natural wine packaging designs.
TerraCycle Wants To Turn Your Trash Into Lab Samples; They're Starting With Poopy Diapers
After kickstarting TerraCycle Discovery, they're now launching Tiniest Biome, an online platform that can decode your baby's poopy diaper.
Brewgooder and Brooklyn Brewery Session IPA Collab Taps West African 'Super Grain' Fonio
Beer & Malt Beverage Packaging
Fonio, a super-grain primarily consumed in Africa, gets used in a new beer produced by Brewgooder and Brooklyn Brewery.
I Went To A Conference On AI In Marketing and Branding (and I Got a Lot More Than Just This Tote Bag)
Last week, the innaugural BrandX, a 1-day conference on AI in marketing and branding, kicked off. Here's what we saw.
JKR Refreshes Kraft Singles, Brand Introduces Easier-To-Open Packaging
It's hip to be (a yellow) square.
Liquid Death Is Opening a Recycled Plastic Surgery Center (OK, Not Really)
Sustainable Packaging, Design News & Trends
Liquid Death's latest ad is pure Cronenberg body horror, with recycled plastic making its way into lips, calves, and butts, all courtesy of their new "surgery center."
Renais Is The Latest Celebrity Gin, Led By Actor Emma Watson and Brother Alex
The Watson's are using upcycled grapes to make Renais, a new brand of luxury gin (with a pretty swell bottle to boot).
Land Refreshes Big Country Brewing and Goes Heavy on the Americana
Beer & Malt Beverage Packaging, Redesign
Land's Big Country refresh will stay with you, like a lover's voice fires the mountainside.
Breaking Down France’s Anti-Waste Law So You Don’t Have To
Who do these sustainability responsibilities fall on? Is it big corporations? Consumers? Designers? Lawmakers? Gen Z?