Our Dutch waffle client was looking for an alternative to the traditional round Dutch waffle tin. They were looking for a flat rectangular cookie can for packaging six Dutch waffles (or, as they call them: stroopwafels). The condition was that the custom made tin should be flat enough to fit in a mailbox...
It's good news for The Box! We are proud to announce our nomination for the NL Packaging Awards. In the promotional packaging category, The Box has managed to nicely secure a spot in the list of nominees. It is for a custom made tin for Klepper & Klepper.
The judges assess the submissions for promotional packaging primarily on the branding on the packaging, in addition to other criteria. So it's about how the design supports the brand identity? That is music to our ears! We consider branding an important part of promotional packaging.
About the NL Packaging Awards
The NL Packaging Awards are the professional awards for the packaging industry, and this will be the fifth annual edition. The best packaging will be crowned with an award in thirteen different categories. From the list of nominees, the winners as well as the runners-up will be announced at the celebratory final ceremony.
Businesses are nominated in various categories such as private label, point of sale and sustainability. The judges will make their assessments based on various criteria such as originality and creativity, consumer relevance, innovation, visual hierarchy and relevance.
The announcement of the winners and the festive ceremony will take place on 11 February 2021 in Nieuwegein. The Box will be there!
Spicy tins with a vintage look for Sizl
The Sizl brand sells herbs, spices, and blends. The brand's distinguishing feature is the high quality of its ingredients. The Box was tasked with designing a series of tins that represent the quality of the packaged products, are round and stackable, and have a vintage look.
Würzteufel produces herbs and spices, which it sells to consumers through their online shop. Perfect for cooking! The company commissioned The Box to create a round spices tinbox with relatively large dimensions. The intention was to make the herbs visible even without opening the tinbox, so that consumers can immediately see how many herbs are left.
- Elias Bittan
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- Created 10 Jul 2020
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