Who doesn’t love super creative packaging? It not only draws attention to a product, but also makes people like us enjoy pieces of art in our everyday lives. There’s nothing like good marketing and design, and if you’re anything like me, there’s such a fun element to opening a cute little box or learning how a sturdy container came from recycled materials.

I’m so excited to show you some of the coolest packaging I saw online from various countries around the world. There are some here I appreciate because they mixed awesome designs with recycling. There are others which bring out the childlike wonder in each of us. And then there are a few here which are minimalist yet striking, while some just visually draw you in. Check them out!

Now why can't our 7-eleven do sandwiches this way? This packaging is a Sweden exclusive

Now why can’t our 7-eleven do sandwiches this way? This packaging is a Sweden exclusive

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Violator, a German beer, whose bottle is a Ross Burwell creation

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Body & Eden Herbal Elixirs

Vin Grâce. Wine in a box never looked this good.

Vin Grâce. Wine in a box never looked this good.

52 North, a London-Based Bar and Restaurant. Minimal, but bold.

52 North, a London-Based Bar and Restaurant. Minimal, but bold.

Woolworth’s Hand and Nail Shop. Yummy scents in yummy packaging!

Woolworth’s Hand and Nail Shop. Yummy scents in yummy packaging!

Honey Clover by Russian designer Maksim Arbuzov. Brilliant, yes?

Honey Clover by Russian designer Maksim Arbuzov. Brilliant, yes?

Water in a box. Now THAT is cool.

Water in a box. Now THAT is cool.

Move over, Angry Birds! This is the coolest kids' shoes packaging I've seen yet.

Move over, Angry Birds! This is the coolest kids’ shoes packaging I’ve seen yet.

Festina, a German brand of waterproof wristwatches

Festina, a German brand of waterproof wristwatches

Cookies fresh from the oven! Thelma's totally won my heart with this one.

Cookies fresh from the oven! Thelma’s totally won my heart with this one.

Nike Air! Well, duh. :)

Nike Air! Well, duh. 🙂

Origami tea concept designed by Nathalia Ponomareva. Great combo of Japanese traditions!

Origami tea concept designed by Nathalia Ponomareva. Great combo of Japanese traditions!

Spicy sausages in a really cool dynamite-shaped package

Spicy sausages in a really cool dynamite-shaped package

If you’d like to see more amazing artworks in the form of innovative packaging, check out these links: Buzzfeed, Creative Bloq, and The Dieline.

Thanks for reading!