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greenfish / containers

greenfish
greenfish

Living sewage is the biggest source of water pollution.
Nevertheless, people recklessly use detergents to
clean their bodies, clothes and houses. Fishes living
in rivers are giving a message to the people who are
still unconsciously polluting the environment. As people use the contents, this container reveals the shape
of fish bones inside, indicating that the detergents we
use affect rivers and kill fishes. This arouses an
awareness in children, as well as adults, about frugality
and environmental pollution. People also can reduce
plastic container waste by reusing them for refilling.

University

Chosun University

Chosun University
Gwangju, South Korea

Design

Korea Design Membership

Korea Design Membership
Gwangju, South Korea