Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Student Work – Caroline Brickell

Updated on July 1st, 2011  |  
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Student Work - Caroline Brickell

Designed by Caroline Brickell | Country: United States

Beijing Buffet Fortunes are a cheeky take on an assignment to design packaging for a product native to the United States. (Many Americans are unaware that the fortune cookie originated in San Francisco!)

Each animal represents one of the twelve parts of the Chinese Zodiac. Squeeze their cheeks and voilà! Out pops your fortune. The innovative shape, cut from a single piece of cardstock for easy assembly, protects the cookie inside from breaking. Collecting the entire set is a challenge that’s sure to encourage repeat customers!”

Student Work - Caroline Brickell

Student Work - Caroline Brickell

Student Work - Caroline Brickell

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Student Work - Caroline Brickell

Designed by Caroline Brickell | Country: United States

Beijing Buffet Fortunes are a cheeky take on an assignment to design packaging for a product native to the United States. (Many Americans are unaware that the fortune cookie originated in San Francisco!)

Each animal represents one of the twelve parts of the Chinese Zodiac. Squeeze their cheeks and voilà! Out pops your fortune. The innovative shape, cut from a single piece of cardstock for easy assembly, protects the cookie inside from breaking. Collecting the entire set is a challenge that’s sure to encourage repeat customers!”

Student Work - Caroline Brickell

Student Work - Caroline Brickell

Student Work - Caroline Brickell

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