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Student Work – Westerdals School of Communication

Updated on March 18th, 2011  |  
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Student Work - Westerdals School of Communication

Designed by Madeleine Skjelland EriksenMartine BongardSilje Nyløkken | Country: Norway

“Package design for fictional, organic muesli and muesli bars, aimed at conscious and successful women, occupied with health and wellness.

All materials are from recyclable sources, the packaging itself is identical on every product, but color-labelled to categorize each separate taste. The transparent quality is to keep focus on the product itself, rather than actually hiding it from the consumers.

Furthermore, there is added a zip-lock, in order to preserve the quality of the product, as well as to enhance usability and functionality.”

Student Work - Westerdals School of Communication

Student Work - Westerdals School of Communication

 

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Student Work - Westerdals School of Communication

Designed by Madeleine Skjelland EriksenMartine BongardSilje Nyløkken | Country: Norway

“Package design for fictional, organic muesli and muesli bars, aimed at conscious and successful women, occupied with health and wellness.

All materials are from recyclable sources, the packaging itself is identical on every product, but color-labelled to categorize each separate taste. The transparent quality is to keep focus on the product itself, rather than actually hiding it from the consumers.

Furthermore, there is added a zip-lock, in order to preserve the quality of the product, as well as to enhance usability and functionality.”

Student Work - Westerdals School of Communication

Student Work - Westerdals School of Communication

 

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