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This exhibition explores some of the most influential packaging designs, inventions and innovation in branding that have changed the way we consume goods.

From new methods of color printing to the discovery of a formula for making thin transparent sheets from cellulose, this exhibition looks at discoveries and designs that have changed the history of packaging. The display explores some of the most influential creations that have shaped our daily lives and enabled higher quality, more durable products, like the invention of tin cans or aerosols.

This is the Museum of Brands’ first online exhibition with Google Arts & Culture, and the platform allows an in-depth exploration of many examples of packaging designs that show the influence of key inventions in the history of packaging.

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Museum of Brands

Museum Of Brands, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London, Greater London, W11 1QT

020 7243 9610

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Opening times

Mon - Sat: 10am - 6pm
Sun and Bank Holidays: 11am - 5pm

COVID 19 SAFETY MEASURES:

All visitors must wear masks on their visit unless medically exempt from doing so

All visitors must make use of hand sanitising stations during their visit

All visitors must stay 1m or more away from other visiting groups

Booking sizes must not exceed 6 visitors per booking

The museum reserves the right to refuse access to visitors who do not follow the above safety measures on their visit

Closed on Notting Hill Carnival Weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

With a National Art Pass you get

50% off entry
£9
£4.50
Standard entry price

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