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To the last one drop / Cosmetic containers

To the last one drop
To the last one drop

Common and usual erected containers like Lotion, toothpaste, cosmetics are often leave residue at the upside or the wall because of the sticky contents.
So, we designed coned-shaped bumps at the upside to use up residue completely and cleanly.
Residue staying at the upside converges to the tip of the bumps as stalactite,
and falls to the outlet rapidly and vertically, then users could use up the contents cleanly to the last one drop.
This kind of tiny change could be connected to the huge change environmentally and economically.

University

Kyunghee Univ. Global Campus

Kyunghee Univ. Global Campus
Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

University

Hongik Univ.

Hongik Univ.
Seoul, South Korea

Design

Hongik Univ.

Hongik Univ.
Seoul, South Korea

Jung ho Kang

Design

Kyunghee Univ. Global Campus

Kyunghee Univ. Global Campus
Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Hyun woo Kim