January 17, 2010 | 15 Comments
Designed by Soon Mo Kang
This product and packaging is such a great idea. The type of thing that makes consumers smile and take note.
15 Responses to “Hanger Tea”
I still agree that ‘Tea Shirt’ might have been better, but I can’t fault how neat this design is!
The actual teabag is really nice, very cool idea. I don’t like the packaging because so much space is wasted, but I love the intention.
This is so clever. Twinings tea are obviously trying to update their image, given the recent advertising campaign; this is much better than anything they’ve come up with!
Oh, this is so cool, such a great idea!
oh man, “tea shirt”. That’s hilarious. I still love this design though.
Good concept well executed. Not sure about shipping though. Might end up with a pile of laundry on the closet floor. Well done regardless.
I love it!
Very clever. I love this! Who doesn’t want a closet full of teas.
Funny idea, but the conversion could be better.
I agree with Ben, that there‘s too much space wasted.
love this idea, cool!!!
I want these!!
but does anyone know where i can buy them for my shop… im searching and searching
Where can i buy this?!?!!?
@Ben I totally disagree. The packaging is perfect, it’s what gives it the look of a closet and you can see the overal shape of the bag and the hanger clearly. It sets the seen of some lose hanging up t-shirts, except they’re t-bags!.
To make it more economical and squash them in defeats the entire point of an artistic brilliantly concieved niche product.
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