PaperLite is a paper-based packaging that gives the look and feel of paper while having the sealing and barrier properties of more traditional plastic packaging. The lightweight packaging material helps to save on transport costs and is made from renewable materials that will decompose once discarded.
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Tony’s Farm Eco-Packaging is a step towards a more eco-friendly packaging for the leading organic farm in China. The farm wished to use a packaging that was more in fitting with its environmentally aware philosophy. This pulp molded box allows the produce to be safely transported while being reusable, stack-able and sustainable.
These smart packaging ideas use corrugated cardboard instead of any plastics for packaging popular consumer gadgets. The designer Emile Bertrand-Villemure wanted to protect the environment, re-use cardboard and create attractive-looking packaging in a single design. (more…)
Some smart designers by the names of Won-Jae Lee, Jun-Yong Lee, Sang-Jun Hahn, Sun-Kyu Kim and Yeo-Wool Kang have come up with an eco-friendly packaging solution for food that does not use any plastic. Essentially, the spoon or fork pops out from the handle of the food box. No need for plastic utensils! (more…)
On the theme of using the packaging as part of the product, a designer by the name of David Gardener has created a packaging lamp. The packaging lamp houses all the parts you need to make a lamp from the packaging. (more…)