1980s Vintage Packaging Collection

October 12th, 2011

The 80s was an interesting time for packaging as it began to move into more complex graphics that were added to “help” sell the products. I’m not sure that more graphics helped move the product easier—people just like “new” things. I’m starting to wonder how far along down the line will products be immediately available to anyone. By that I mean, with instant meals you cook them there and then you have the meal to eat. At what point in time will we be able to ask for products and have them instantly compiled or delivered—essentially eliminating the shopping experience.

Found via The Flavor

Posted by on 10/12/11 in Packaging

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  1. Adriana says:

    I like very much the packaging collections related to the 70s and 80s that you’ve published so far. It’s interesting to see the colour pallets and the typography choices graphic designers made. I quite like them and I find some of them (polaroid and Tiparillo) very nice indeed.

  2. Love the smokes and the Functional Lighting!

  3. Bisgràfic says:

    Really nice packaging of cassette!!:)

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