Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Student Work – Natasha Shubaly

Updated on May 19th, 2013  |  
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Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Designed by Natasha Shubaly | Country: Canada

“These wine packages were designed as an interactive way for the consumer to try an assortment of wines. The One Week Wine Sample sets helps consumers get over bad days (job loss, failed exam, fender bender) or to celebrate good ones (birthdays, a raise, new house). The word fill-in lets people express themselves and transforms the package into an engaging experience.

Whether consumed by one person over a week, or shared one night with a few friends, these 1/2 litre wine boxes are perfectly proportioned for any day good or bad.”

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

“Keeping the simple and earthy yet graphic tone of the brand, my concept was to create a 100% reusable and recyclable package for Only Soap. A simple organic cotton face cloth was used to wrap and protect the soap and a chain stitch holds the cloth together, which allows for effortless opening. To secure the entire product, a 100% post consumer waste band wraps around the soap, and helps the package stand out from others on the market.”

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

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Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Designed by Natasha Shubaly | Country: Canada

“These wine packages were designed as an interactive way for the consumer to try an assortment of wines. The One Week Wine Sample sets helps consumers get over bad days (job loss, failed exam, fender bender) or to celebrate good ones (birthdays, a raise, new house). The word fill-in lets people express themselves and transforms the package into an engaging experience.

Whether consumed by one person over a week, or shared one night with a few friends, these 1/2 litre wine boxes are perfectly proportioned for any day good or bad.”

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

“Keeping the simple and earthy yet graphic tone of the brand, my concept was to create a 100% reusable and recyclable package for Only Soap. A simple organic cotton face cloth was used to wrap and protect the soap and a chain stitch holds the cloth together, which allows for effortless opening. To secure the entire product, a 100% post consumer waste band wraps around the soap, and helps the package stand out from others on the market.”

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

Student Work - Natasha Shubaly

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