The packaging for the Gigabyte RX 480 G1 Gaming 8GB sticks with the same theme that I have seen on all of the G1 Gaming products. The box has a black background with an orange G1 Gaming logo on the front as well as a big eye. The box has the wrap around Radeon panel with the model name and memory capacity, just like Nvidia has had on cards for a long time. Beyond that, the front of the box has the Gigabyte logo up in the corner, a VR Ready logo in the bottom left corner, and a few card features as badges in the bottom right.
On the back of the box, they continue with the orange theme. The three features highlighted on the front have sections here on the back with photos and short explanations, like the broken down cooler photo showing how the cards Windforce cooling works. This and the RGB photo are the only two photos that show what the card looks like as well. There is a drawing of the PCI slot that helps show the card is a two slot card and the 5 connection options you have available.
Inside the card comes in another box. Inside that the card is wrapped up in a static protective bag like normal and it sits in a thick foam tray that really protects the card from being banged around in shipping. For documentation, they include a quick guide, but beyond that, there was nothing else in the box. In other words, no power adapter cable or driver disc.