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Student Work – Veronica Stark

Updated on April 28th, 2010  |  
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Student Work - Veronica Stark

Designed by Veronica Stark | Country: Canada

The student work from Vancouver BC’s Capilano University keeps rolling in. This time Veronica Stark sends us two of her lovely packaging projects.

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

“Medina is a high-end incense company that specializes in aromatherapy multi-packs. The name was chosen to reference the ancient Middle-Eastern city from which incense originated, and also alludes to the medicinal qualities of each scent. Each container features a variety of therapeutic scents, allowing you to explore different aromas in one package. With the arabic-inspired patterns, calming color palette and modern typography, Medina is a fresh approach to incense packaging.”

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

“Boutique pharmacy catering exclusively to women, Belle & Ella offers discreet service and modern advice from the female perspective. This prescription packaging system is a modern and elegant solution to the unattractive, cluttered packaging offered at generic drug stores. The goal was to encourage repeat use of containers and to keep personal information private when needed. These reusable aluminum containers use a peel-back vinyl label that allows medical information to be concealed, and looks unassuming when sitting on a shelf. Women can feel confident carrying meds in their purse, or leaving them out knowing that their intimate personal details are out of view.”

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Student Work – Veronica Stark

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Student Work - Veronica Stark

Designed by Veronica Stark | Country: Canada

The student work from Vancouver BC’s Capilano University keeps rolling in. This time Veronica Stark sends us two of her lovely packaging projects.

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

“Medina is a high-end incense company that specializes in aromatherapy multi-packs. The name was chosen to reference the ancient Middle-Eastern city from which incense originated, and also alludes to the medicinal qualities of each scent. Each container features a variety of therapeutic scents, allowing you to explore different aromas in one package. With the arabic-inspired patterns, calming color palette and modern typography, Medina is a fresh approach to incense packaging.”

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

Student Work - Veronica Stark

“Boutique pharmacy catering exclusively to women, Belle & Ella offers discreet service and modern advice from the female perspective. This prescription packaging system is a modern and elegant solution to the unattractive, cluttered packaging offered at generic drug stores. The goal was to encourage repeat use of containers and to keep personal information private when needed. These reusable aluminum containers use a peel-back vinyl label that allows medical information to be concealed, and looks unassuming when sitting on a shelf. Women can feel confident carrying meds in their purse, or leaving them out knowing that their intimate personal details are out of view.”

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