Dissolve – Toothbrush Packaging Concept by Simon Lalibertéby Dirk Petzold on Jan 31, 2013 • 10:40 No Comments
Dissolve – Packaging Project.
This creative toothbrush packaging designed by Simon Laliberté won the 3rd place “REMARKABLE PACKAGING & ALTERNATIVES”, a packaging exhibition in Paris 2012. Simon Laliberté used “PVA”, a compound of polyvinyl acetate no-toxic, biodegradable and 100% recyclable. The paper of 60gm² is made of cellulose-based compound of tree pulp. It can be completely dissolved in water in less than 10sec. The design is printed by using an soja ink black water soluble.
About the author, Dirk Petzold.Dirk is the owner and founder of WE AND THE COLOR. With great experience working as a graphic designer, illustrator, and creative director, his aim ist to show creative ideas and outstanding design solutions developed by creative minds from around the globe and from different fields such as design, art, photography, architecture, filmmaking, etc...
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