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A Look at Some of the Best Coffee Packaging Designs of 2014

The Dieline Awards program, celebrating achievement in consumer packaging, is considered to be a premier showcase in the global design community. It also happens to carry a heavy focus in the coffee segment, where design can be the first sensory connection between roaster and consumer.

Each year, hundreds of creative firms submit designs for award consideration. Of course, not all of them win, but the collective result is a kind of state-of-design moment. Here, in no particular order, we bring you some of the newest and best design work in coffee packaging. For each roaster, click on the case study for more information on what went into the design process and how the design responded to the needs of the client (roaster).

Roaster: Brewklyn Grind, New York

Designer: Dan Gearity

Case Study

brewklyn grind packaging

Roaster: Finca Santa Teresa

Designer: Butchershop Creative

Case Study

finca santa teresa coffee

Roaster: Torch Coffee Roasters

Designer: Chen Design Associates

Case Study

Torch Coffee Roasters

Roaster: Ethical Bean Coffee

Designer: Melanie Carlson

Case Study

ethical bean coffee package

Roaster: Big Island Coffee Roasters

Designer: un-studio

Case Study

big island coffee roasters

Roaster: Crooked Nose & Coffee Stories

Designer: Emanuelis Ryklys

Case Study

crooked nose cold brew

Roaster: Espresso Republic

Designer: Farm Design

Case Study

espresso republic

Roaster: Alabaster Coffee Roaster

Designer: Joshua Lepley

Case Study

alabaster coffee

Roaster: Publik Coffee Roasters

Designer: Super Top Secret

Case Study

publik coffee roasters

Roaster: Onyx Coffee Lab

Designer: BLKBOX Labs

Case Study

onyx coffee lab

Roaster: Native Coffee Roasters

Designer: Naomi Ross and Daniel Renda

Case Study


Roaster: Boxcar Coffee Roasters

Designer: IMM

Case Study

Boxcar Coffee Roasters



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