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Student Work – Gianluca Camillini

Updated on August 30th, 2010  |  
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Student Work - Gianluca Camillini

Designed by Gianluca Camillini | Country: Italy

“The logo that I’ve designed is from a primitive sign found in a paleolitic cavern in Val Camonica (Italy). I’ve created a texture with my logo to cover all of SAN FAUSTINO’s products.”

“All Opera Prison’s prisoners work in a quail farm. I created a cage on the pack, like the cage where the quail lives. The box looks like quail eggs and is painted in natural water colour. The quail is shown escaping through the bars on the package because the work in prison provides the possibility for freedom one day.

Student Work - Gianluca Camillini

Student Work - Gianluca Camillini

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Student Work - Gianluca Camillini

Designed by Gianluca Camillini | Country: Italy

“The logo that I’ve designed is from a primitive sign found in a paleolitic cavern in Val Camonica (Italy). I’ve created a texture with my logo to cover all of SAN FAUSTINO’s products.”

“All Opera Prison’s prisoners work in a quail farm. I created a cage on the pack, like the cage where the quail lives. The box looks like quail eggs and is painted in natural water colour. The quail is shown escaping through the bars on the package because the work in prison provides the possibility for freedom one day.

Student Work - Gianluca Camillini

Student Work - Gianluca Camillini

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