Hibernalis is a packaging concept for icewine made by student Stéphanie Malak at Sylvain Allard’s packaging course. The protective secondary package is made of raw paper pulp.
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What is this? Looks like styrofoam, right? But it is 100% biodegradable cornstarch chips. Water soluble, compostable, yet with same properties as traditional packaging chips. It’s great to replace styrofoam with biodegradable material. But here comes the problem; the perception! Normal people will never notice the difference. When developing environmentally friendly packaging there are two parallel missions; to look sustainable, and to actually be sustainable. If missing one of these factors, you downgrade the product. And you mislead the consumer. It’s a little bit like making veggie sausages!
Mondi Tire Kutsan invites undergraduate creative students to Kutu Kutu Project Design Competition with a concept of ‘Shelf Ready Packaging’. The aim is to combine design & innovation with corrugated packaging, identifying new, aesthetic, functional and environmentally friendly ideas to our daily lives.
Undergraduate students at the Universities of Fine Arts, Architecture and Design in Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus can apply to this competition until April 12th, 2011. The winner will be awarded a Design Culture and Management certificate program in İstanbul Bilgi University. The second winner will be awarded a Mac Book, and the third winner will be awarded an I Pad. These three winners will as well have the possibility to have an internship in Mondi Tire Kutsan’s plants. More details about the project
Blend It from Israel made branding and design for the Golan Brewery. In the first picture you see a clever secondary package which looks like they made of one piece cardboard. Here is the story about the project ”The Golan Brewery was launched as a joint venture by the Ohayon family and the Golan Heights Winery. Located in Katzrin, the brewery produces beer of an international caliber. In our search for a design concept, we engaged in a dialogue between the local and the sophisticated, the masculine and the liberated, and the rugged and the cultured.”