Pharmacie packaging by Project Packaging

December 9th, 2014 by retail design blog

London based packaging consultancy, Project Packaging, helped to source and create the packaging for sock subscription brand Pharmacie Goods. The design of the box was created digitally, but Project Packaging developed a bespoke packaging solution for the physical incarnation. Pharmacie Goods’ subscription service delivers a pair of quirky, stylish socks directly to your door every month. Each pair arrives in this great looking package.

The box has been manufactured from a 500mcn kraftpack board and printed black with a double hit of white to really make the logos stand out on a coarse kraftpack board. The box is finished off with a tear strip which makes this box ideal for posting. Within the box is a matt silver laminated bag which holds the socks, these bags are screen printed with 1 colour giving the bag a premium feel. The socks themselves are handmade and manufactured in a Northern Italian Factory, run by three generations; a father, son and grandson. Despite the way the production industry has changed through the years, the factory remains traditional. Using nothing but the finest yarns, hand linked toes, and twelve quality checks on every pair, to ensure that the quality of these socks are in good hands.

Design by Project Packaging

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