I’m a dog lover and I would sometimes spoil our 3 dogs and I’m one of those gazillions pet owners who would buy toys and treats for their adorable pets. No wonder the pet industry is a booming business – not only do they spend a lot to have packaging that is eye-catching and informative but also designs that invoke a certain kind of emotions. Look at these 10 designs and tell me if they are not well thought of. Dogs and cats won’t appreciate if the package is green, red or blue but they are not the ones buying, right?
A surefire way to make your packaging stand out is to incorporate die cuts, such as the cat paws cut into this packaging designed by Think It Design.
Pet silhouettes dominate the packaging of Tailspins, grabbing attention with a simple contrast between the figures and the colorful backgrounds.
Functionality is the key with the VersaFlap. A simple twist of the lid allows the customer to access the product inside without having to open the container.
Customers like packaging that is resealable, and the FlexZiBox blends convenience with eye-catching and sophisticated graphic design.
Going green is easy when you keep your packaging simple and recyclable. The packaging for these Greenbone waste bags is minimal and made from recycled materials.
It’s fantastic when your graphic design can effectively reflect the spirit of your product. Here, the natural colors and tones of the boxes enhances the “natural” idea of the treats.
Sometimes the best graphic design is one that is simple and uncluttered. These graphics stand out because they aren’t busy or obtrusive. It’s a smooth and clean look that makes the product more appealing to the eye.
Pet food is becoming more and more high-end, and this design for For Paws is high-end at its best. The graphics are classy and sophisticated, which can make pet owners feel better about the quality of the food inside.
When you’re trying to solve a problem, get right to the point. This fun design by ISKRA Creative makes sure you know exactly what the product is for.
When your customer’s pet deserves only the best, make sure your design is top-notch. This packaging for Pet Essentials makes it clear that these pets will be pampered “purrrfectly.”