Orikami (Student Project)

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Derrick Lin


Designer: Tay Boon Hwee
Project Type: Student Project
School: Dasein Academy of Art
Course: Graphic Design
Tutor: Deanie Cham
Location: Malaysia
Packaging Contents: Stationary, Food
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
Printing Process: Digital printing

ORIKAMI is a specialty concept store inspired by the ideals of traditional Japanese origami. The brand’s name is rooted in Japanese language: “ori” meaning folding, and “kami” meaning paper.

We source unique products from both new and established designers around the world to bring you specially made items in one convenient location. Orikami is the only store where you can shop for a variety of origami-inspired products, offering a judiciously selected mix of home decor, toys, gadgets, jewelry, and nursery items.

The store’s signature is based upon the values of minimalism. We look to the clean, sharp lines of origami and aim to bring that same form of simplicity into our lives. Our Orikami picks bring art into your home or office space, while remaining to be one of the most unique pieces you will own.

To promote that ORIKAMI provides “Oritoys” to encourage parents to buy origami as birthday gift for their children to encourage creativity in growth and foster their creativity into something greater than they could’ve ever imagined.

What’s Unique?
Interesting structure, Craft, similar with Japanese Ramen Delivery box.