1966 Eley Ammunition

October 6th, 2010



Such beautiful packaging here. Lets take a stand and only create things like this from here on out—who’s with me? These ammunition cartridge packages were done for Eley, Imperial Metal Industries in 1966. They were done at Service Advertising Co. Ltd., in London by artist David Mawfod and Art Director John Harrison.

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Posted by on 10/6/10 in 1960s, Design, Packaging

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  1. Jesse says:

    With you 100%. Now if only my clients are too…

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  3. Alex Burner says:

    These are AWESOME! I agree, branding should look more like this. I wish more companies would take pride in their packaging… I love this kind of consistency; it makes me want to buy more from a single brand when I know all my products are going to match each other.


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