Colorful Spices: Spice Packaging Inspired By Pantone Colors
The American company Pantone is in a way a color encyclopedia that has revolutionized the world of graphics and which is proving to be of great help to designers around the world. And this is precisely what inspired Hungarian designer Peter Bakonyi for his range of packaging echoing the Pantone color samples.
For this project called Colorful spices, he imagined packaging that is simple and minimalist but which does not lack elegance. Each package matches the color of spice and takes on a similar appearance to Pantone color swatches thanks to the Colored Square and typography placement.
Among the spices represented, we find black and white pepper, oregano, basil, turmeric, and parsley. Quite a perfectly well-represented assortment that graphic designers passionate about cooking would undoubtedly like to have.
We let you admire the very original packaging of Peter Bakonyi below, also to be found on his Behance profile. You should also check out the Second Life to the Packaging of Products, Turning It into Works of Art.