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Everyday we’re seeking dozens of sources related to the packaging and branding industry. We would like to share the ones we find most interesing for you! So from now we’re starting our monthly étiq links feed.

In January Edvardas catched up probably the most unconventional Famous Vodka (or perfume?) design that proves still emerging trend to borrow forms from other categories and breaks the walls of packaging stereotypes.

Estera is constantly seeking for a sustainable life solutions so no wonder that she found Zume Pizza Pod. Made of 100% sugarcane fiber. It’s lighter than cardboard, completely biodegradable, compostable and keeps a pizza hot!

Edvardas continues with Pernod Ricard calls for ban plastic straws and stirrers (Bacardi did it first in 2016). And this is the part of a big battle against waste where new businesses like Loliware is trying to find their way to rise with biodegrEDIBLE products.

Report about The Future of Global Packaging to 2020 revealed that the global packaging materials industry moves towards a $1 trillion milestone in 2020 and Algirdas keeps his attention on which material will consider a luxury future (spoiler alert, it’s glass).

We’re proud that leading Lithuanian business newspaper Verslo žinios published an article where Algirdas is sharing an opinion about the meaning of design and Lithuanian design potential in a global market.

Gabija reads Erik Spiekermann book Stop Stealing Sheep & Find Out How Type Works. It is an easy to read, yet witty and sharp book on typography with lots of examples for your better understanding. Erik Spiekermann helps you explore typography, explains how to find the right typeface for your designs in order to reach the target audience.

Gintarė is still diving in the world of beauty packaging and looks like the last year was more sustainable than previous one, so the future is bright. Overview with Philippe Thuvien, packaging & development director of L’Oréal Group.

Estera proves the fact above with the New Plastic Economy initiative launched by Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Companies like L’Oréal, Unilever, Marks & Spencer and Walmart have already signed in.

Stay tuned for the next links. Étiquette team.

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