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14 June 2013 @ 03:44 pm
Glorious Honey Packaging  
These two containers are examples of how packaging can make or break your business. Basically, the to Screen Shot 2013-06-14 at 15.43.40containers are both eye-catchers. They do not share the same packaging characteristics, but they do share one common feature: they are both uniquely beautiful.
The honey container on the left uses simpler and more subtle packaging and advertising approach. The simplicity of the bottle itself is handsome in its own right. It speaks of volume and simple elegance. At the same time, the cork lid will never fail to draw a smile on classical design enthusiasts. As a matter of fact, the cork is not only for the eyes, some say that it also enhances the smell and favor of the honey. The color and design of the label are unmistakably classics-inspired; the designer used classical techniques to good effect.
The bottle on the other side uses the opposite approach. While the one on the left preferred the classics, the bottle on the right exudes the majesty of all things modern. The transparent spherical bottle along with an inner and smaller spherical container is, without doubt, egg-themed. It is simply grand and innovative. It does not have a lot of catch labels; but, then again, it does not need any.