Interactive Alcohol-Free Wine Packaging – Clouds of North’s Field Requires No Have to Disassemble

Clouds of North’s Field Requires No Have to Disassemble

Lisa Strömros, Jenny Almén, and Linnéa Samuelsson are college students from Mackademin and the three created a packaging design for alcohol-free wine, Clouds of North. The design options carton board adorned in digitally printed visuals, spotlighting the viewers that prefers dealcoholized drinks.

It sits in a ravishing field that’s created to have a particular unboxing expertise in an interactive method. Notably, this may be repeated so clients can present their friends the characteristic. The highest of the field encompasses a pull tab that slowly unveils the bottle in a tilted angle, accompanied by a small description of the product. The opening of the unique field’s construction acts as a relaxation for the bottle’s neck when the tab is pulled and the again of the field features as a wine bottle holder.


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