There are a few websites that I’ll visit every so often, then forget about for a few months – sometimes even years, until one day I have such an important project to get done with such a close deadline that my brain instead fires on all cylinders to find a website I visited once upon a time. Lovely Package is one of those sites.
I don’t know about anyone else, but when I actually decide to get off the internet and go into an actual store, I feel very inclined to buy all the things if it’s in some nice packaging. In fact, I don’t know why more companies don’t put more time into designing their packaging. I feel like in a world and time where people just feel the need to know everything about a product before they buy it, if they see a nicer package in stores – they’re more likely to actually read what’s on the packaging because it’s just so nice to look at.
Designed by Jack Muldowney and Potluck Creative
Just looking at these bottles makes me feel like I totally didn’t just inhale two chicken enchiladas and a soda, because it just makes me want to buy all the juice in the world. (Full disclosure, I’m now writing this from a very hipster collection of shops in Orange County, California. I’m sitting here with an acaí bowl to throw everyone around me off of my trail of delicious, delicious Mexican food.) Who knew that “fashion-forward juice bar” is even a phrase that actually exists in the world?
I mean, come on, look at this. It’s almost like I believe that that shot won’t completely taste like death coming out of that container.
So, you’re welcome – Lovely Package is truly the promised land of…well, lovely packaging. But also, sorry because you’re about to spend a lot of time browsing through these designs. Below are some of my favorite designs on this website of curated, aesthetic bliss.
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