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With International Women's Day earlier this month, and the powerful impact of the #MeToo movement and Time's Up, brands are switching it up and incorporating female empowerment into their packaging design for the month of March. It's a hit-or-miss trend that when it falls short, generally results in an endless amount of shade from the Twitter-sphere. Even brands with the best of intentions like McDonald's and Stacy's Pita Chips can still be trolled.
One of the companies currently in the line of fire this month is BrewDog, a Scotland-based brewery, for their "new" Pink IPA.
Expo West, the Superbowl of the natural and organic food industry, just concluded a dizzying 4-day trade show in Anaheim that saw 85,000 people attend with 3,000+ companies exhibiting - that’s a sh*t ton of branding and packaging.
Recently, we've seen a rise in the utilization of photography and photographic elements on packaging. Photography can help tell a story or help a consumer get a better sense of what they can expect from a product. In order to highlight this new growing trend in packaging design, we've rounded up 27 projects that feature photography.
We’re now seeing the fourth wave of coffee culture emerge—the complete democratization of all niche and specialist aspects of coffee culture into the mainstream. Everyday consumers are now even more passionate in the pursuit of the perfect cup of coffee and have a wide knowledge of different formats, consumption experiences, and how provenance affects flavor profiles.