Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Fedrigoni Sirio Color

Updated on August 17th, 2014  |  
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sirio

Designed by Design Project | Country: United Kingdom

“Design Project have just completed a new paper promotion for Fedrigoni to promote the Sirio Color range. The campaign focuses on a series of neatly engineered self-closing coloured boxes made from carefully selected combinations of colours from the Sirio range. Designers are invited to make up a series of coloured boxes to experience the usability of the papers and to explore the colours. Boxes are die-cut and foiled with a series of circles and when combined (by inserting one into the other) create interplay between colours. The result is an object that explores paper through form, structure and experience. The boxes will be accompanied by an A1 poster that illustrates all the combinations featured in the promotion.”

via September Industry

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Fedrigoni Sirio Color

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sirio

sirio

Designed by Design Project | Country: United Kingdom

“Design Project have just completed a new paper promotion for Fedrigoni to promote the Sirio Color range. The campaign focuses on a series of neatly engineered self-closing coloured boxes made from carefully selected combinations of colours from the Sirio range. Designers are invited to make up a series of coloured boxes to experience the usability of the papers and to explore the colours. Boxes are die-cut and foiled with a series of circles and when combined (by inserting one into the other) create interplay between colours. The result is an object that explores paper through form, structure and experience. The boxes will be accompanied by an A1 poster that illustrates all the combinations featured in the promotion.”

via September Industry

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