This Chocolate Packaging Celebrates the Muslim Holiday Eid ul Fitr

By: Mishal Omar - Sep 20, 2016
References: nero-graphic & thedieline
At the end of Ramadan, Muslims around the world celebrate Eid ul Fitr -- a religious holiday that translates from Arabic to English to mean "becoming holy again." This chocolate branding celebrates the holiday with a variety of Eid-related images that also provide brief educational excerpts that explain the significance of the various traditions people celebrate during this holiday.

Designed by 'Nero Graphic Atelier,' the chocolate branding references several different traditions and practices that Muslims take part in on Eid ul Fitr. Many of these examples are specific to Lebaron which is celebrated in Indonesia -- with examples that include illustrations of fireworks and bedug drum playing.

This chocolate branding is able to inform consumers on some country-specific practices associated with Islamic religious customs.