Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Student Work – Alice Clair

Updated on April 20th, 2010  |  
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Student Work - Alice Clair

Designed by Alice Clair | Country: Canada

“Packaging for children’s art supplies. The packages come in a variety of patterns, all of which consist of just simple black line drawings. Not only can the child choose which pattern they like best, but after removing the label they can literally colour the box using the product inside. The simple patterns are more environmentally friendly than full colour glossy packages, and by giving children something that they can personalize they will be less likely to toss the package.”

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

“An environmentally friendly design for potato chip packaging. By having a removable label with colourful patterns underneath, consumers can re-use the container after eating the chips.”

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Student Work – Alice Clair

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Student Work - Alice Clair

Designed by Alice Clair | Country: Canada

“Packaging for children’s art supplies. The packages come in a variety of patterns, all of which consist of just simple black line drawings. Not only can the child choose which pattern they like best, but after removing the label they can literally colour the box using the product inside. The simple patterns are more environmentally friendly than full colour glossy packages, and by giving children something that they can personalize they will be less likely to toss the package.”

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

Student Work - Alice Clair

“An environmentally friendly design for potato chip packaging. By having a removable label with colourful patterns underneath, consumers can re-use the container after eating the chips.”

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