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Best Of April 2022

by Chloe Gordon on 05/02/2022 | 4 Minute Read

The old saying goes, "with April showers come May flowers," but in our world, we like to believe that with April packaging comes all the year's trends. This past month proved that brands aren't shying away from color, and we love the vibrantly maximalist approach.

In line with maximalist design styles, there was an exciting burst of 8-bit-inspired type and illustrations, making us wonder if nostalgia is in or if it ever even left in the first place.

We're in for a very kaleidoscopic year if April's packaging showed us anything.


Baskin-Robbins Unveils New Logo and Visual Identity From ChangeUp

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New Coca-Cola Drink Is Said To Be 'Pixel-Flavored'

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Best April Fools' Day Pranks of 2022

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Spring & Mulberry Is a Gorgeous New Line Of Premium Chocolates With Design By Agency Letter A

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Vibations Combines Caffeine and Cannabis In Powdered Drink Mix Form

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Pearlfisher Designs Brand Identity For Lab-Grown 'Beanless' Coffee Brand Compound Foods

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Sunshine in a Box Helping To Cure Seasonal Affective Disorder One Bulb At A Time

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Nike's 'One Box' Reduces Packaging Waste By Half

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'EVERYBODY SAY LOVE!' World Of Wonder and RuPaul Launch 'House of Love,' a Collection Of Premium Canned Cocktails AND Mocktails

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Honey Mama's

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Piata 9 Baked Goods Are Based On The Idea Of Discovery

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How Not To F*ck Up A Milton: Robot Food Refreshes Brooklyn Brewery

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Orange You Glad Carrot Dogs Exist?

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Sitko Pizza's Packaging Takes It Back To The Basic

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A Brand Is Born? Wilco Gets Into the Beer and Cereal Game

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KIAKHTA, A packaging promoting the links between tea consumption and gastronomic culture in European countries

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Studio Unbound has landed a beauty, The Craster’s Rest.

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Convenience Store Gogo's Packaging Gets Some 8-Bit Inspiration From Meat Studio

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Moment Mints' Packaging Is Going Places

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Mö Oat Dairy Competes In The Non-Dairy And Dairy Markets

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Say Goodbye to Cardboard and Poly Mailers, and Check out Boox Boxes and Baags

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Our Long National Nightmare Is Finally Over: Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza Is Back, Baby

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