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International Competition of Packaging Design



Last year Matěj Činčera and Jan Kloss designed a multipurpose catalog for the Young Package competition. The catalog interested the jury of the Fénix content marketing competition so much that he had…


Designer duo of Coufal & Hermann will create a new exhibition of the Young Package 2017. Designers Matěj Coufal and Edward Herrmann have several awards and they had cooperated with Czech…


The jury has compared more than 700 packages from 57 countries. Jury members choose the 42 best packaging on the topic Open & Play. Look at the photo report.


We are introducing the members of the Young Package jury 2017. The members are Jan Činčera, Radek Kupčík, Martin Vlk, Miroslav Dočkal a Tomáš Chludil.

Read more about the jury members.


Theme for 2013: Ageing

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) 605 million people over 60 live now on the Earth. Since 1980, their number has increased twice and by 2050 should exceed 2 billion, which will represent one-fifth of the total population of the planet population. At the same time, people over 80 will even quadruple. From the perspective of designers designing everyday objects, it is a great challenge and responsibility.

Ageing brings to human life many changes. Deteriorating eyesight, hearing and fine motor skills lead to the fact that we gradually start meeting difficulties where we did not expect them before. The packaging designed for healthy and strong people become an impregnable fortress, with which we will have to struggle daily. Even trivial problems can lead to feelings of inferiority and partial isolation of seniors from the company. Who are today‘s seniors and how do they live? What makes the life harder for them and what do they miss?

Design a packaging which will help seniors to overcome everyday difficulties and to facilitate their path to full-fledged and active old age. The participants should be sensitive to the principle of equal design and should realize that the packaging design only for the elderly, to some extent, supports their exclusion from society. In this spirit they should suggest packaging that will help seniors, but that will serve to other age groups, too. The designers should also think about the use of appropriate colors, typography, and of the proportionate size and materials.