Packaging Innovation
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The Year Physical Packaging Digitizes for Disruption

by Udo Panenka In this digital age with so many screens, so much tapping and clicking, more and more of our lives are woven into the digital landscape. Yet we still exist on a physical planet. As humans, we still sense. We see with our eyes and touch with our hands. We know how experiences […]

Treasure hunting with the Kongsberg cutting table | Read on at ye own risk (for wanting more)

‘All hands on deck!’ the designers shouted at Esko, when creating this impressive sample collection. Demonstrating the vast possibilities of Esko’s software and digital finishing solutions, the new sample box is most suitably conceived as a Pirates’ Treasure Chest.   The treasure chest is not just another sample case; it stands out by its whimsy! […]

The winners of the Package Design Book 2

Esko launched a little competition last November. The winners of the Package Design Book 2 are: Nick Blakey, United Kingdom Rodolfo Lima, Brazil     Pavan Yeola, India     Leonardas Rimkus, Lithuania     Esin Türkan, Turkey     The books are in the mail! We hope they will inspire you.

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Who controls your packaging production?

Do you control your packaging production? Or does it control you? Find out in this video who controls your packaging production, and what you can do about it. Do you recognize yourself? Maybe it’s time to talk to Esko.

How Imprint increased offering and insured growth

The business of Imprint Group has evolved radically from a small format litho and screen print company to the large and small format digital and large format screen service provider it is today. The small and large format digital printing equipment allows Imprint to increase their offering to their clients, and add services they were previously […]

The 2012 Dieline awards

This Dieline awards is a worldwide competition devoted exclusively to the art of brand packaging. 38 winners across 12 different categories were awarded, based on the judgement of a highly esteemed panel of 10 industry experts, looking at quality of Creativity, Marketability, and Innovation. Have a look at the awarded designs on the Dieline blog.

News from drupa 2012

On our drupa website, we have a daily blog about life on the Esko booth. At the same place, you’ll find daily pictures giving an impression of our stand and what goes on. Tuesday May 8, 2012 – Studio Viewer Mania After several rainy days, the sun finally comes out in Dusseldorf and so do the crowds. […]

The big one has started

Drupa has finally started. After months of preparations on all levels – marketing, sales, admin, technical, logistics we finally kick-started drupa this morning. The 150+ Esko and Enfocus crew was right on time for the first morning briefing at the stand. Spirits are high, everyone is charged with ambition and energy for a very succesful […]

Discover the Esko stand on drupa

drupa 2012 takes place in Düsseldorf, Germany: from May 3, until May 16, 2012. Esko is located in one of the two new halls called the “Innovation Halls”. Hall 8B, stand A23. On, you can see what we will demonstrate/show on our stand.

Pencil vs. Camera

Ben Heine is a painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and photographer. Born in Ivory Coast, he currently lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. He studied graphic arts and sculpture, and also has a degree in journalism. His project Pencil vs. Camera became known all over the world via the photo website Flickr. Ben Heine’s website