b & t energetics packaging design

Meyrick,TA 2014, b & t energetics packaging design, b&tenergetics, Melbourne, Australia.

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Title b & t energetics packaging design
Creator(s) Meyrick,TAORCID iD for Meyrick,TA orcid.org/0000-0002-8765-073X
Year presented 2014
Publisher b&tenergetics
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Material type other
Description of resource This range of 3 dimensional packaging designs form part of an ongoing dialogue between the designer, design artefacts and the design brief. In this example the dialogue involves the elements of form and functional design as evidenced through a contemporary design solution that places the clients product at the forefront of national and international export trade. The packaging development and design was a client-initiated work that has culminated in a ongoing relationship between the designer, Tonya Meyrick and the client b&t energetics. This market place solution aimed at shelf and post incorporates a fully recycled contemporary pack and a graphic design reflecting the hand made nature of the clients’ product. Additionally, a decal for car and warm clothing design forms part of the exploration and roll out for the client.
Language eng
Field of Research 190599 Visual Arts and Crafts not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 950205 Visual Communication
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative work
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