packaging

Save Yourselves

Guinness Is Making Its Packaging Plastic-Free

Drinks manufacturer Diageo plans to replace the plastic film used to package the Irish stout with recyclable cardboard.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
4.15.19
environment

'Plastic-Free' Might Be the Ultimate Form of Clean Eating

Is plastic food packaging the next thing millennials are going to kill?
Phoebe Hurst
8.30.18
fruit

We Declare This Oddly Satisfying Banana Packaging a Blessed Image

PLEASE GIVE WHOEVER DESIGNED THIS AN AWARD.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.9.18
WTF

Man Sues Halo Top After Learning That It's Actually Diet Ice Cream

He thought it was 'real' ice cream because halos are yellow, and so is butter, or something.
Danielle Wayda
5.14.18
food waste

Britain Throws a Terrifying Amount of Salad Away Each Year

New figures from waste advisory body WRAP reveal that 40 percent of the bagged salad bought in the UK every year ends up being chucked.
Phoebe Hurst
5.24.17
Health

Experts Say Junk Food Should Be Sold in Plain Packaging Like Cigarettes

University of Cambridge neuroscientist Wolfram Schultz claims that the colourful branding of unhealthy foods causes people to overeat.
Daisy Meager
3.7.17
Snacks

These ‘Silent Snacks’ Were Specially Designed for Noisy Theatre Eaters

Launched this week, the “Silent Snacks” range of specially designed theatre foods includes ground popcorn, cocoa butter balls, and dehydrated fruit slices.
Daisy Meager
9.15.16
Design

The Designer Behind the Android Logo Has a Raunchy Sense of Humor

Making art as a profession is fun, but doing it for yourself is even better—just ask graphic designer Irina Blok.
Diana Shi
9.4.16
Design

Ryder Ripps Designs Soylent Food Bars | Insta of the Week

Is black text on a white background enough to sustain you?
Beckett Mufson
8.19.16
Design

A Massive Rainbow Mural Made Of 1,700 Colored Cartons

Colorful packaging takes center stage in this 52' x 78' cardboard collage.
Sami Emory
9.25.14
News

Japan Has a Dangerous Fetish for Packaging

I asked an expert why such an eco-friendly country insists on over-packaging its products.
Daniel Milroy-Maher, Photos: Joseph Eaton
9.25.14