Design: Sheraya Amaratunge
Location: United States
Project Type: Student Project
School: Academy of Art University
Tutor: Thomas McNulty
Packaging Contents: Glassware Packaging
Packaging Substrate / Materials: E-Flute Cardboard Packaging
Printing Process: Digital Printing, Matte Finish

A conceptual packaging project for a new protective packaging line called “Kikko” done by the European company. This company aims to offer the world’s largest collection of ingenious items combining form, function, and delight in equal parts. Focusing on protective packaging for a glass products, this project is made with sustainable materials, using as much material as a regular glassware box with padding would use except with the concept of a window to be able to see and feel the glasses in real time, also providing double the safety of a regular box. Tried and tested! The graphics & illustrations are inspired by the Scanadanavian roots of the company, Kikko.

What’s Unique?
The uniqueness about this project is the shape of the box. In the form of an open window which helps the customer see exactly what they’re getting. This sleek packaging shape helps better with storing the boxes on shelves. Any side of the box will work as there is design all-throughout the box. This box can lie flat or stand straight – either way will still communicate whats in the box.