Sunglasses packaging design

Elevate your sunglasses brand with creative packaging design that leaves a lasting impression. Discover top ideas to showcase your sunglasses in a stylish and memorable way.
Creative packaging with a simple diecut corrugated (cardboard) box that could also be used as a mailer or shipping box. Custom printed with logo. #custom #printedbox  #giftpack #packagedesign Packaging, E Commerce, Package Design, Packing Design, Design Campaign, Creative Packaging, Packaging Inspiration, Packaging Design Inspiration, Packaging Design

Greece based Five Eight Design Studio, was asked by their client to not only create a brand for them, but a go-to-market and funding plan as well. They created Xylo, a Mediterranean inspired brand with authenticity and locality, and funded globally on Kickstarter. In May 2013, we were asked to create a brand for them and also […]

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Rapha. Packaging, Logos, Design, Box, ? Logo, Prints, Print, Shoe Box, Logo

A joint project between the design team at Rapha and Progress Packaging, a creative packaging specialist. Having worked with the client on several projects beforehand, the team at Progress packaging “jumped at the chance to create something exciting and different with them for their classic glasses range. “ The result is a set of custom-made […]

Tom Meazey
Snask Redesigns Branding for Trendy Norwegian Eyewear Brand Kaibosh — The Dieline - Branding Packaging, Box Packaging Design, Packaging Design Inspiration, Box Packaging, Packaging Design, Creative Packaging Design, Packing Design, Brand Packaging, Box Design

Eyes before guys, y'all. Snask developed a new, hip brand identity for an eyewear company in Norway, Kaibosh. Combined, the text, color palette, and copy give Kaboish a young and fun personality, instantly making the experience of going to get your eyes checked—which is pretty boring—way better. The approach also allows the frames to truly stand out in the store, helping consumers find stylish frames that suit them perfectly.

Fanny Tsang