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Eureka Bottled Water / Green package

Eureka Bottled Water
Eureka Bottled Water

Eureka Bottled Water is a green package design trying to solve the problem of overuse of plastic especially PVC labels under a conference context that people cannot identify their bottled water. PVC is the least recyclable material that causes damage to human bodies and the environment if not treated appropriately. In this design, PVC is replaced by paper, and the material used is also controlled to its minimum. The inspiration comes from fortune cookie. The “notes” are hidden inside of the paper label. Numbers, colours, and notes consist of elements that can be customized through websites for people to recognize their bottles.

University

University of Nottingham (UNNC)

University of Nottingham (UNNC)
University of Nottingham (UNNC)
Ningbo, China

Yifei LIU,
University of Nottingham (UNNC)