From Cheesy Typographic Branding to Slicing Dairy Containers

 - Mar 23, 2014
These examples of cheese packaging show off just how versatile this dairy product can be. With so many flavors and types of cheese to choose from, it is one food that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner. These packaging designs illustrate how cheese can be dressed up as a gourmet offering or turned into a fun snack — either way, these cheese packages are anything but average.

Geometric shapes like triangles, wheels and cubes are some of the most popular shapes for cheese to take, but some of these cheese packaging designs go way off the beaten path to experiment with new forms. Some of the most unusual examples of this include cheese in a pencil-like form, so that it may be shaved off in thin layers and Violet Hill Farm’s organic boxes, which look like the rolling hills that its cows graze on.