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  • Edgeways Design

    Green Berry Tea Packaging Design with Origami Tea Bags

  • Rupali Varma

    green tea packaging - love the tea bags

  • ines colin

    Components: Paper box with simple design. Few soft colors that remind us of the delicacy and the elegance of japponese culture. Functions:refined, uncluttered design. Visual effect of the orgami shaped tea bag is very creative, it gives the impression of lightness and weightlessness. Communication The tea and the origami evoke the japoneese tradition. Packaging gives the idea of tranquility like the tea time after a long day. Message conveyed by the packaging is in adequation with the product

  • Tonya Murphy-Toft

    #packagingdesign

  • Bea Labadía

    Green berry tea bag designed by Nathalia Ponomareva.

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