(Pic) Milk Packaging Gets A Makeover

(Pic) Milk Packaging Gets A Makeover

Ashley Linnenbank has designed a refreshing new package design for milk.

Michael Loper
  • 29 january 2010

Ashley Linnenbank has designed a refreshing new package design for milk.

Milk packaging, for the most part, has been dictated by the size of refrigerators. England for instance, as a culture has adapted to a medium sized kitchen in most urban and rural homes, leaving little room for anything bigger than a small refrigerator, which is the reason why most milk varieties can fit nicely on the door between the HP Sauce or a few cans of Lilt.  In the U.S., however, refrigerators and luxury have become somewhat infused where double doors are now commonplace, and the milk comes by the gallons.

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