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Student Work – Beth Chapleau

Updated on December 1st, 2010  |  
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Student Work - Beth Chapleau

Designed by Beth Chapleau | Country: Canada

“The goal of this project was to select an existing brand and redesign their identity for a series of 3 packages that changed based on 3 different flavours. Crumbs Bake Shop was chosen and packages for their Candy, Smores and Brownie cupcake flavours were created. The boxes use colours that coordinate with the cupcake they house, this helps distinguish the various flavours to employees and customers. The boxes are made of recycled paper so they’re more green than the existing plastic containers. Trays were also designed to fit in the boxes so the cupcakes didn’t topple while inside the box.”

Student Work - Beth Chapleau

Student Work - Beth Chapleau

Student Work - Beth Chapleau

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Designed by Beth Chapleau | Country: Canada

“The goal of this project was to select an existing brand and redesign their identity for a series of 3 packages that changed based on 3 different flavours. Crumbs Bake Shop was chosen and packages for their Candy, Smores and Brownie cupcake flavours were created. The boxes use colours that coordinate with the cupcake they house, this helps distinguish the various flavours to employees and customers. The boxes are made of recycled paper so they’re more green than the existing plastic containers. Trays were also designed to fit in the boxes so the cupcakes didn’t topple while inside the box.”

Student Work - Beth Chapleau

Student Work - Beth Chapleau

Student Work - Beth Chapleau

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