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Derrick Lin


Design: Sarah-Jo
Project Type: Student Project
School: RMIT Melbourne city campus
Course: Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)
Tutor: Shayna Joanne Quinn-Bowyer
Location: Ballarat
Packaging Contents: Sand, Australiawiches, Wraps, Juice, Salads.
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Glass Bottle, Linen Paper, Cardboard
Printing Process: Digital Printing

Geez! is all about good, fresh food.

The name Geez! comes from the dutch word ‘Gezellig’ which means a “Convivial, cozy, fun, quaint, or a nice atmosphere.”

This is exactly the feeling this cafe intends to evoke with everything we do. We want to make every part of your experience with them fun and memorable!

We start will excellent fresh, locally sourced food, they present it in a fun well decorated restaurant and then most importantly they serve it in packaging that lets you take the fun atmosphere away with you.

Using bold patterns and a bright colour scheme the Geez! packaging makes something you normally would look twice at, feel more like beautiful but disposable art. We aim to make you appreciate the little things in life while also being a practical vestal for your delicious food!

What’s Unique?
The use of bold pattern on throw away containers that are often limited to boring design make them more of an experience then just something to be chucked away!