Time for the digital update. Make use of great tools and create amazing art!

Stripes, lines, reactangles, and stringent patterns… Geometry and graphical repetition is knocking us down these days even when it comes to packaging design.

Colours are more than just about aesthetics. They carry a message, a powerful statement about their surroundings. With that in mind, It´s time to explore the Colour of the Year 2018 chosen by the Pantone Institute.

Attractive packaging made from cardboard or corrugated paper? Hell yeah. The following examples demonstrate how cardboard gets rid of its dusty image.

2017 offers a lot of colours and formats so that you almost lose track. Time to focus. We go on fashion safari and leave a trace for the design industries.

Who said it is all about colour blocking? In the upcoming spring and summer season 2014 black packaging receives our full attention.

It’s about time. We need a colour of hope, a colour of inspiration: Apparently, a fresh and zesty yellow-green, a true spring colour marking new beginnings as Pantone has set the watches to recovery mode.

Metallic is the future? Metallic is now! Berlin Fashion Week already incorporated the glimmer-look and now it is time for the packaging industry to shine.

Metallic trend – The future is now! We reach for the stars: glitz, glam and unicorn dust.

Packaging, Product or Joy? Currently, la Bohème is enchanting the world of fashion. It provokes a turn to light-heartedness, a turn to colour, a turn to hypnotic pattern and metallic elements.


PANTONE has decided, 2016 will come with a softer take on colour. As every year, the US-American colour institute translates social and cultural streamings and the current zeitgeist into colours and this year PANTONE has even chosen two of its favourites as the PANTONE of the Year.

Pow, wow, zap, Pop art is back! The packaging industry is all over the expressive style.

Boom. The Pantone colour of the year 2015 has been announced. Please, clear the stage for: Marsala 18-1438.