The best design is all about balance. Think cutting-edge and classic. Refined and chaotic. Timeless and timely. As we’ve been working on the lineup for this year’s Dieline Conference, we’ve been thinking a lot about trends—and that’s another area where balance is absolutely critical.
Dieline Student Week project Freely from Taymara Sanchez and Gemma Monllor cuts through the juicy clutter with a conceptual brand that serves double duty as a set of blocks.
The week in design and packaging was a doozy, and we're highlighting pumpkin spice trash bags, purple M&M's, weed bodegas, and Heinz bubble tea.
As pumpkin spice fever once again consumes the nation, a new player has emerged—the pumpkin spice trash bag.
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Business in the front, party in the rear; will nutritional information really move to the front of food and beverage packaging?
Sun's out, but fun's in with Coppertone redesign from Pearlfisher.
With a new surge in STIs, home testing kit brands are looking to appeal to consumers and reduce transmission rates.
Coca-Cola rolls out another RTD cocktail.
Does a watch at this price point deserve a piece of packaging that isn't so disposable?
Gente is a Brazilian skincare brand that celebrates folks being "the most vibrant version of themselves."
McDonald's and streetwear brand Cactus Plant Flea Market team on a "hyper-relevant" Happy Meal collab for the big kids, AKA adults.