It is metallic and cool to the bit. One could also be a collectible whereas another may be wasted. It's magnificently well-known for packaging a number of the worlds' most curiously robust materials. Have you solved the riddle yet? It is a tin can.
Whether you are looking to package a food or beverage product, or a line of decorative containers; a tin can could also be the fit you have been looking for! Together with the chance of a beautiful design you have an best packaging for your product. you'll be able to acquire a stand out position within the market.
And today in Jayce-o, we showcase some of the most inspiring tin cans which use the cool design to communicate their message in the attractive way possible. Check them out below:
Tin Can Packaging Designs for your Inspiration
1. Remedy Tea Tin Can via Amanda Key
The package designs are made to function as a whole and as individual pieces. Colour changes denote new flavours with out making significant changes to the design.
2. J&M Teas via Stephany Oceguera
The designer was to design packages for unique blends of lose leaf teas that would be stored in tin cans as well as labels for on-the-go tea drinks. Inspired by the antique history of apothecaries in western Europe, he appropriated a Victorian style for the use of the logo. The other parts of the package were kept clean and simple to also bring in a modern look and feel.
3. WHAT'S MY NAME? - Ice Cream Packaging via Bea de Jesus
Concept & branding for "What's My Name" ice cream: A boutique brand, targeted towards those who aren't afraid of a little bit of indulgence by way of artisan style ice cream.
4. MS Health Food Supplements - Packaging Design 2010 via ayca peksag
MS Health Food Supplements - Labels & Packaging Design 2010.
5. Tin Can Candy via Lene Sundsbø
Tin Can Candy box.
6. Boost Mobile Tin Can Speakers via Bigshot Toyworks
Custom Electronic Speakers, designed and produced for Boost Mobile by Bigshot Toyworks.
7. Miles Davis - Boitier + livret | Tin Can + Booklet via emmanuel campeau
Boitier + Livret Miles Davis. Miles Davis Tin w/Booklet.
8. Eprise Grass Cans via Ryan McCullah
As a tangible expression of the need to cultivate and nurture the growth of a website with a a robust and simple content management system, Eprise gives clients and prospects these "grass in a can" tins. The tin contains soil and wheat grass seeds capable of growing in low lit offices. The tins were a success in building awareness for the necessity of a content management and in setting Eprise apart from the usual key chain and pen chotchkies.
9. L'ABC Chanson - Boitier + Livret | Tin Can + Booklet via emmanuel campeau
Direction artistique, design pour boitier DVD.
10. Zino Platinum Scepter Series Tins via Mike Doyle
Packaging tins for Davidoff's Zino Platinum Scepter Series line of cigars.
11. Original Canned Air from Prague via Kyryl Rudenko
The "AIR from PRAGUE" is a middle-sized can filled with the spirit of the city, a piece of world heritage. The can is 88 mm (3,46 in) high and 86mm (3,38 in) in diameter. The design of the label is simple and clear, clear as the morning sky over the Charles Bridge on sunny summer morning. The product is 100% organic. Fresh air from Prague relieves stress, cures homesickness and helps fighting nostalgia. It is made by careful hands in the heart of the city. All descriptions on the can are in English.
12. Tin Professionals via Michael Dalanikas
A cop, a chef, a clown, a fireman and a cowboy. What a nice companionship!
13. Red Vines Licorice // Packaging via Jamie Walpole
This was a packaging and redesign for Red Vines licorice. They needed and upgrade! A sophisticated, classy, and more expensive look while being fun. The tin is timeless and the bright colors are eye-catching.
14. Everyday Value Range via Bayley Design
A self project to repackage some of Tesco's Value range.
15. Classic Tee via Amelie Au
A tin can packaging assignment.
16. Delamaris via Krispin Stock
Delamaris is a Slovene fish cannery with long tradition and design that doesn't follow up the quality of the product. Different tins are recognizably differentiated with colours that make selecting the right tin on the shellf easier.
17. Brilliant Matt Design via Matt Elliott
18. Incognito via Tiffany Poulose
Because you don’t want to compromise on style but you don’t always want to advertise your tastes, we introduce INCOGNITO...class in a can.
19. Caffé Calabria Retail Packaging via Maximo Escobedo
Retail packaging for Caffé Calabria Coffee Roasting Co's family of coffees.
20. Ito En Packaging via Rob Kimmel
The famous striped cans for Ito En's loose tea, designed for Mcdevitt Group, now included in the AIGA design archives.
21. Converted Package via Morin Glimmer
Work for package design course, visual communication dept. Bezalel Arts & design Academy.
22. TAZO via Krys Ha
The redesign of TAZO Full–Leaf Teas packaging was done with a younger consumer in mind. With the bright colors and vector based tea–leaves pattern on the label, the tin cans stand out among the other tea packages. The colors were chosen, not only for their ability to stand out, but also to represent the amount of caffeine the different teas have: the cooler colors have less while the warmer colors have more. Rather than using pictures of teacups, the tea–leaves pattern was created for a more clean and cohesive look throughout the family of products.
23. Artist's Shit via Lorenzo Milito
Remake of the famous Piero Manzoni's artwork.
24. "Back to Nature" Package Re-design via Deedra Blosser
Package Re-design for "Back to Nature".
25. MAYBELLINE * 2012 CALENDAR via Jozelle du Plessis
The metal tin contains 12 coasters. There is a coaster for each month. After the year has passed you can use it for a compartment to keep your mints in, or lipstick, or even paperclips.
26. Servicolor via Pedro Balza
Servicolor is the name of the paint color brand Depot. In addition to the logo label was created to identify and gallon cans.
27. howies food line via Emma Williams
The branding concept is a mix of American camping and boy scouts. Its the idea of building campfires, going on nature trails, roasting marshmallows and earning camping badges.
28. Free People Clothing Co. via ALIANA ROOD
Free People Clothing Company offers a women’s clothing line with an urban edge to a demographic of 18–40. The gift set is packaged in a set of aluminum tins and can be reused when the product runs out.
29. Candles of New Zealand via Family Design Co.
A solution that allows for easy expansion into new products and guidelines to keep future designs fresh, clean, simple and modern.
30. Cupcakes for Survival via David Hinds
Package Design that serves as a tongue and cheek nod to the military MRE in the form of cupcakes. The flavors are a blend of the traditional and notorious MRE meals and cupcake flavor terminology. The logo is die cut out of the band to allow the background texture to come through. The background texture serves as a subtle hint to the contents of the package, which is kind of gross but also awesome because it's not entirely serious.
31. 4 pack via Anna Makowska
32. Perfume Sólido Equivalenza via Gal-la Termes
Collection design brand solid perfumes Equivalenza.
33. Jeff Lewis Color via Paul Hutchison
Jeff Lewis Color identity design and art direction.
34. Option Hot chocolate redesign via Alana McDowell
Rebranding challenge for Options Hot chocolate that places emphasis on sustainability. The feminine colour scheme is solely targeted at the female market, a market that is more conscious of the green credentials of a product. The black air tight tin comes with first purchase and from then onwards a recyclable refill pouch can be purchased at a reduced price.
35. Gray Cloud Tea via Lacey Leach
Gray Cloud Tea is a fictional tea company who specializes in making your bad day a little better. Scan the QR code on the tea tin and go to the website where you can share your bad day with others and compare/rate them.