The main side of the box has a half shot of the front of the chassis with a white/light grey color. There is also the Eclipse family name in solid black and the P360X in the same white/grey color font. The top and bottom edges of the box carry the front panel air opening aesthetic to have the styling in play.
Rotating the packaging, we find that the other half of the chassis front is wrapped around. The same font and color choices are present here but are typed vertically to fit the design better while keeping the name prominent. The mid-tower designation is emphasized at the lower edge in multiple languages along with a typed out link to the Phanteks website.
The large rear side of the box has an image of the solid side of the P360X. While I understand it is the rear of the chassis; it is weird as it shows very little of the detail. Having an exploded view or something showing users what they would get with the chassis seems much better. The same angular design which matches the front is found on this side as well, and you can also see the similar front panel openings in the image as well.
The final thin side of the box shows the Phanteks name, designed in the Netherlands and other product weight and ID information. This side is more of the business side, which has the applicable labels along with serials and weight listed. Toward the lower portion, we find the certification and safety icons to finish it off.
The P360X comes wrapped in a plastic bag and is encapsulated between two hard Styrofoam end caps to help absorb shock during transport. The plastic bag works to provide a less abrasive layer between the Styrofoam caps and the chassis itself. The glass has an outer layer plastic film which also has the tempered glass warning and is removed in a single peel.