Eve Warren – Lincolnshire, UK

Eve Warren – Lincolnshire, UK

As an emerging print artist, Eve loves to get her hands dirty rather than simply using digitalized technologies.

Suzan Drummen – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Suzan Drummen – Amsterdam, Netherlands

The thousands of objects in each of her artworks are placed by hand, making the intricate patterns that adorn gallery and museum floors. The fractal-like patterns in each installation form a temporary three-dimensional carpet that alters the space in which it is installed, by reflecting light in all directions.

Yeongkeun Jeong – Seoul, South Korea

Yeongkeun Jeong – Seoul, South Korea

“The unboxing experience is important. This is the moment that connects the package and the product inside and is the very first stage at which consumers experience a new product.”

Thomas Squire – Leeds, UK

Thomas Squire – Leeds, UK

"Packaging with a unique personality is essential. Personality has the potential to show what is unique about a brand, and unfortunately this is often ignored due to the competitive nature of legibility and shelf shout."

Cai-Siou Lai – Taipei, Taiwan

Cai-Siou Lai – Taipei, Taiwan

“Most designers hope that the purpose of design is to create a better world, but I believe that a good design is one that satisfies a client and makes people feel happy because of my illustrations for it.”

Tough Slate Design – Kyiv, Ukraine

Tough Slate Design – Kyiv, Ukraine

"A good packaging design is an exciting mixture of creativity, usability and material quality. Proportions are something like 20/40/40."

Oddds – The New Anthropology – Singapore

Oddds – The New Anthropology – Singapore

"A good packaging design should be attractive, sustainable, user-friendly, packaged altogether cleverly, and have the ability to create noise for its products among the others."

Kashiwa Sato – Tokyo, Japan

Kashiwa Sato – Tokyo, Japan

“When I design a product package, I always try to grab the essence of the product, express that essence in a clear concept, then design that concept with dynamic impact.”

Kokeshi MatchTeam – Tokyo, Japan

Kokeshi MatchTeam – Tokyo, Japan

“We must not forget that packaging is also a part of the product at the same time.”

Hey Studio – Barcelona, Spain

Hey Studio – Barcelona, Spain

Hey emphasized the simple, colorful triangular shapes and effortlessly across pamphlets, invitations and even flags. As a result, the studio has obtained unique and non-serial pieces within all these projects, which shows tremendous talent confined to graphic design.