Japanese Toy-Inspired 'Teet-Milk' Concept

 - Jan 4, 2009   Updated: Jul 5 2011
References: ashleylinnenbank & thedieline
These individual serving milk containers were designed by student Ashley Linnenbank. The concept may not be original, the cow already thought of that, but her execution is fabulous.

Looking remarkably Japanese in design, right down to the robotic style font for the brand name and the child-like colors, these would be eye-catching on the shelf in the grocer's fridge. She has packaging variations for whole, skim and chocolate milk.

Implications - Dynamic, eye-catching packaging has a great deal to do with how many consumers initially decide to purchase a business's product over another. Companies that can create vibrant, unusual packaging like this maternal milk packaging will help to increase the likelihood that consumers will reach for your particular product as opposed to a competitor's.