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Student Work – Anders Drage

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Designed by Anders Drage | Country: Norway

“I love milk.

But unfortunately milk never tastes the same outside Norway. I needed to make my self a problem I could solve. I wanted to make norwegian milk available outside of Norway, but I love the packaging design of high-end alcohol products. The brand Voss have had great success with their norwegian water internationally, so why not make an exclusive norwegian milk?

So how would a exclusive milk from the mountains of Norway look like, if it was to be sold internationally? The solution gives you a warm and good vintage feeling, while maintaining the exclusive look. The typeface that “Mountain Milk” is set in reflects the roots of Norway, and the image that is revealed after you’ve had a glass gives you a picture of the nature in Norway.”

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