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“If it looks good on the shelf, I’ll look good too” – why luxury packaging is on the rise in the food and beverage industry
Author: Rianna Julian
Luxury packaging is becoming a force to be reckoned with. As consumerism continues to be taken over by health crazes and a need to ‘look good’, there is continued huge potential in the food and beverage sector to invest in luxury packaging. I for one am guilty of buying a Fortnum and Mason loose tea set, over your regular box of 80 teabags, purely on the basis that the packaging was prettier… I didn’t even think twice about the price.
Author: Paul Spiers
We can all think of examples in both our professional and personal lives of great ideas – from funny or thought provoking advertising campaigns to industry-disrupting technologies like Spotify or the design and development of the iPhone and so on. Beautiful, fun, intelligent, clever and creative ideas are at the core of our very existence and the results surround us in our daily lives.
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Author: Louise Lazell
In a world where so much advertising is controlled by large corporations who can splash out lots of cash on high profile advertising campaigns to encourage you to buy their products, the ‘Citizens Advertising Takeover Service’ (CATS for short) wanted to do something different. CATS launched a Kickstarter campaign back in February 2016 to raise money to replace sixty-eight adverts in Clapham Common station with photos of cats. Not cat food, or veterinary care, just cats. Sounds ridiculous right? But they managed to get over 700 backers raising just over £23,000.
Author: Michael Grass
With the Luxury Packaging Awards set to once again dazzle at the Grosvenor House Hotel tonight in London, I’ve had luxury packaging a lot on my mind lately and thought the best way to channel this glossy stream of consciousness was to pour my thoughts into a blog. But rather than wax lyrical about the latest trends and innovations in this glamorous sector, I was inspired to ponder on a more fascinating concept: what is it that makes some packaging so iconic?