Take a look through our carefully curated gallery of packaging designs that have caught our eye recently. With so many beautiful packaging creations making their way into the wild each month we've taken the time to shortlist a few of our top picks; this month features swordplay, state-specific beer and cannabis packaging that goes against the crop.

1. Color Me Blind

Color Me Blind is a standout in the quickly emerging field of design for the visually impaired – an awesome, helpful concept that’s been brilliantly executed.

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2. Budweiser Summer State Cans

Budweiser have done an outstanding job turning a global brand into a local one, retaining their recognisable brand identity whilst creating a refined and accessible packaging project.

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3. Calyx Wellness Packaging

Calyx’s sleek, classy approach to packaging goes against the typical greens and muddy design and creates something far more memorable.

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4. Horny Deer Beer

We’re suckers for gold foiling in the GC studio and, as this packaging demonstrates, when it’s combined with beautiful line work it’s a sight to behold!

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5. Hegyeink wines

We’re loving the classy feel that the illustrations across these Hegeiynk wine bottles, capturing the sophisticated essence that the brand are aiming for.

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6. FORM Haircare

FORM’s new minimalist design is complimented with smart, subtle rose colouring and has left a real impression on the GC team this month.

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7. Don Alonso de Suquía

Nothing could be more Spanish than this colourful packaging for A. Lozano Rodríguez’ novella Don Alonso de Suquía, brought to life by Barcelona-based studio Porta & Casasus. The book follows the life and times of a swordsman and the packaging follows this theme with a smart slice through the middle!

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