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Students create a drop of branding excellence

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2:45 AM | 8 May 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Students from the Arts University Bournemouth created this lovely packaging design for L'Artisan Parfumeur that that was nominated for a D&AD Student Yellow Pencil award in 2013.

The design is based on "a droplet of emotion falling 'through' the packaging". The result is a bold statement from the brand that is both stand out and very appealing. Plus, through this packaging, each product is able to tell a unique and interesting story.

Credits

Junior Designer: Chris Stevens
Graphic Designer: Ellis Devonshire-Kelley
Freelance Graphic Designer: Mike Curley

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