Packaging Design Wrap-Up: Glass bottle design stresses the effects of climate change; design studio repurposes Xiaomi phone packaging into crossbody phone bag; Adidas launches shoes inspired by M&Ms Peanuts packaging

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Glass bottle design stresses the effects of climate change

Found Bubbly, a New York-based brand of mineral-enriched sparkling water, is hoping to keep climate change top-of-mind for consumers through a limited-edition glass bottle designed by Refreshment Club. Created for the expedition of photographer Colin Rex and art director Christian Van Ol Keuls to Iceland in December 2021, the triangular bottle features a typeface that exemplifies the melting glaciers in Iceland. In conjunction with the packaging and in honor of Earth Day, Found Bubbly and the Nature Conservancy also created an immersive experience in the form of a virtual vacation. Viewers can escape into Iceland's magnificent landscape while also witnessing how climate change affects the planet.

The primary source of this information is The Dieline


Design studio repurposes Xiaomi phone packaging into crossbody phone bag

To promote sustainability, consumer electronics company Xiaomi teamed up with Milan-based design studio Camera60 Studio to upcycle the box for its Xiaomi 12 Pro smartphone into a unique phone case. Designers Matteo Bastiani and Chiara Rivituso explain that the look of the bag is inspired by the landscape and pavements of Milan. To construct the bag, they first cut different slices of the phone box into small tiles. From there, they glued the tiles onto a sheet in a pavement-like crisscross fashion, and then formed the sheets into the bag. To complete the look, Bastiani and Rivituso added straps and metal hardware so the bag can be worn across the body and securely fastened.

The primary source of this information is Hypebeast


Adidas launches shoes inspired by M&Ms Peanuts packaging

The iconic yellow packs of M&Ms Peanuts have been translated into fashionable footwear, thanks to a collaboration between Adidas and M&Ms. The Forum Low 84 sneaker model is presented in Eqt Yellow, Dark Brown and Cloud White—the same cheerful color palette as the candy’s packaging. The bright hue makes up most of the shoe’s upper in a premium leather material, while the three Adidas stripes on side look like chocolate bars. Rounding out the collaboration are playful shoe accessories, including colorful lace locks, speech bubble-detailed M&M characters and more, plus a matching cobranded shoe box.

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