Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Brisk

Updated on October 22nd, 2009  |  
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Designed by Andrei D. Popa | Country: Romania

Interesting and lovely design concept sent to us from Andrei D. Popa in Romania.

“Packaging for an imaginary product, men only, called Brisk.

Brisk it’s about hyper-masculine attitudes related to women’s desires and preferences, it’s about skipping the clichés, about style and comfort with no added sugar.”

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1 Minute Read
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Designed by Andrei D. Popa | Country: Romania

Interesting and lovely design concept sent to us from Andrei D. Popa in Romania.

“Packaging for an imaginary product, men only, called Brisk.

Brisk it’s about hyper-masculine attitudes related to women’s desires and preferences, it’s about skipping the clichés, about style and comfort with no added sugar.”

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