The Dieline's Best Of July 2022

by Chloe Gordon on 08/01/2022 | 3 Minute Read

The past 31 days were hotter than hot, but beyond the weather, we saw some packaging designs that truly heated things up. From Bulletproof's Toblerone redesign to Alec's delicious ice cream, the packaging industry saw creativity continue to push forward. We saw bold, bright colors, oversized typography, and intriguing innovations. If July was full of this much originality, one can only dream what August 2022 has to bring.


The Best Redesigns of 2022 (So Far)

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Bulletproof's Redesign Of Toblerone Is Peak Triangle

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Peas Of Heaven Invites Customers To Grow Their Own Plant-Based Sausages

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Hot Pockets Gets a Hot New Packaging Design

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Heinz Reveals Its Latest Invention, and It’s Beyond Our Wildest Dreams: Meet Spoon Friez

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Ecovado Aims To Be The Sustainable Alternative To Avocados

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AWSM Sauce Makes Dinner Dipping More Sustainable With Powdered Sauces

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Take A Look At Alec's Feel Good, Do Good Ice Cream

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Here's The Tea: Butterfly Cannon Redesigns Twinings Tea Packaging

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La Colombe Updated Its Packaging And It's Buzz-Worthy

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Riven's Probiotic Mouthwash Proves That Wellness Starts From Within

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Panettoni Pavolucci's Packaging Feels Like A Warm Embrace

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Manukora Botanicals Is Positioned As A Modern Health And Wellness Brand Extension

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Hereafter's Packaging Is Inspired By Water In All Its Fluidity

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Branche Olive Oil's Pristine Attention To Detail Is Clear

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Majama

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WhisKeyLime

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FUNGO!

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Meet Me At The Biscoteca With A Box Of Bischi, Please

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Why Do We Package Honey In Bear-Shaped Bottles?

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Pepsi Says It Goes Better With Food, Creates Tasty Comic Book-Inspired Cans

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Plus' Intentionally Repetitive Packaging Is Bold And Bright

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