Douceur de béton | Hamie Robitaille | The approach is simple, with a touch of color to make it more accessible. The chosen materials rely on the second life of the package. The container is reusable and recoverable in the case of glass.
Thé Des Bois tea packaging by Marie-Andrée Pelletier-Cyr. Made of 3 different types of wood: cedar, walnut, ebony. The containers evoke the purity of wood and forest.
Since light, reflection, and shadow are the basic elements that give form to the three-dimensional world in which we live, I decided to keep the form of my packages extremely simple and minimalistic by using simple cube boxes made of natural sand-colored paper with printed black ink. I developed an identity system or symbol set of the first letter of each word (L, R, and S) to be used as diecuts on the front panel of each box. By Chris Ferrante