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May there be “?” every year. / packing design

May there be “?” every year.
May there be “?” every year.

I use the Chinese idiom “年年有魚” to be the main idea of my design. “年年有餘” means that “May there be surpluses every year”. And in the Chinese pronunciation “餘”is similar to “魚”(Fish), so I use fish to be the theme of my design. I use the silver to be part of the fish, and it likes the silver part of a scratch-off ticket which means you can scratch it off.There will be different words in the silver part and all of these words are greetings. By giving these to people, they will be surprised and feel a kind of joyful, at the same time they can also get a spring festival couplets as a present and an ornament.

University

National Taiwan Normal University

National Taiwan Normal University
TAIPEI, Taiwan

Design

National Taiwan Normal University

National Taiwan Normal University
TAIPEI, Taiwan

POU WA CHOI