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Country: United States

Skandia

Updated on September 8th, 2009  |  
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Designed by BBDK | Country: United States

Lovers of minimalism will enjoy this packaging solution for a Scandanavian flatware company.

“A selection of proposed packaging solutions for Skandia, a flatware company with a Scandinavian design aesthetic that is carried in stores such as Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and Crate&Barrel. Skandia wanted a look and feel that expressed their love of clean and simple design. BBDK responded with designs ranging from eco-friendly solutions using single color soy-based inks and recycled kraft paper to variations using traditional litho label. All of the designs had the flexibility to expand into complete packaging systems that could be translated across international markets.”

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skandia1

Designed by BBDK | Country: United States

Lovers of minimalism will enjoy this packaging solution for a Scandanavian flatware company.

“A selection of proposed packaging solutions for Skandia, a flatware company with a Scandinavian design aesthetic that is carried in stores such as Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and Crate&Barrel. Skandia wanted a look and feel that expressed their love of clean and simple design. BBDK responded with designs ranging from eco-friendly solutions using single color soy-based inks and recycled kraft paper to variations using traditional litho label. All of the designs had the flexibility to expand into complete packaging systems that could be translated across international markets.”

skandia2

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