Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

No9 Chocolate

Updated on March 29th, 2009  |  
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Designed by Thomas Jonkajtys | Country: Canada

Sylvain Allard, Professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal sent us this work by one of his students, Thomas Jonkajtys.

Here’s Thomas Jonkajtys’ work in my packaging class. First, a mold was designed in a nut shape. Le package is designed out of laminated layers of corrugated board. A break through metallic sheet protects the nine chocolates. The name of the products is a French rebus where the roman number IX create the word NUT (NOIX).”

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No9 Chocolate

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no9_1

Designed by Thomas Jonkajtys | Country: Canada

Sylvain Allard, Professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal sent us this work by one of his students, Thomas Jonkajtys.

Here’s Thomas Jonkajtys’ work in my packaging class. First, a mold was designed in a nut shape. Le package is designed out of laminated layers of corrugated board. A break through metallic sheet protects the nine chocolates. The name of the products is a French rebus where the roman number IX create the word NUT (NOIX).”

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