Packaging Research


Happy Eggs‘ is an environmental-friendly packaging concept for eggs that is made of a widely available natural material, hay. The production of the packaging involves using a heated press to mold the hay into the required shape.


This packaging enables the HP Ink consumer to send back their empty ink cartridge in the self addressed, same box that the new ink cartridge is bought in. Conceptually, HP would start a “refilling” option, where the user would order their next cartridge online ahead of time and receive a discount by entering a the code found on the box. Recycled chipboard was used as material and screen printing was used for the graphics (using only process inks cyan, magenta, yellow and black).


Extremely innovative new packaging from Brandimage, who was responsible for everything including concept development, branding, prototyping, engineering, and product design. The 360 Paper Bottle is the first of its kind in the world, and a true environmentally-friendly solution to the problem of plastic water bottles



The customer today is in need of reassurance of where exactly their produce and meat are sourced.
With meat coming to the U.K from as far afield as Argentina, customers are looking more and more for locally produced foods.
The idea with this identity is to use the fishing hook logo to pinpoint exactly where in Lyme Bay Phil Bowditch’s fish is caught by showing it on the nautical maps the fish is wrapped in, then the mileage is displayed on the branded paper bags.


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