Team Tattly is currently researching packaging and POS system ideas. I just stumbled upon iStockPack, a site that lets you to download vector files of packaging templates.

Question for my readers: Are there other similar resources out there that you can think of? Thank you!

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  1. I am interesting in if team Tattly has suggestions for where to get packaging materials like boxes.

  2. If you’re willing to get a little more hands on in the design process you could experiment with Pepakura, which transforms 3d files (even from say google sketchup) into 2d nets.
    So incredibly addictive once you get the hang of it.

  3. some more books about the topic are presented here:

  4. Sweet, on behalf of all packaging designers out there I thank you for sharing!

  5. I have been researching the best way to mail posters and found the following sites very helpful:

    How to for movie posters

    Strong poster tubes

    Clear sleeves

  6. These Pepin Press book are widely used here in the UK every studio I have worked in has them. CD ROM is included.

  7. I would love the opportunity to collaborate with your team on a simple, designy packaging concept.

  8. This is one of my favourite topics. I don’t design packaging, but boy do I love looking at it. I don’t know what it is, but folds and tabs and lids…haha maybe I should check these examples out and try and make my own!

  9. What exactly did you mean by POS systems ? POS display/packaging or actual cash registers (since that’s what I understand POS systems to be, I saw a neat one today with an iPad, I’ll find out what it was in case that’s what you were also looking for)

  10. This is not exactly packaging, but imagine using it like that:

  11. offers a multitude of packaging solutions for every industry. Their team will work with you to produce the highest in quality designs coupled with their extensive plant locations that result in quick and inexpensive delivery solution