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Student Work – Clara Cabral de Sousa

Updated on October 18th, 2010  |  
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Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Designed by Clara Cabral de Sousa | Country: Spain

“The Simple Juice derives from the main idea of a pure pressed natural juice. In this particular project we developed the industrial and graphic design of the product. The softness and friendly form of the bottle versus the simplicity of the graphic aesthetics live in perfect harmony, leading the customer to a unique experience. You can differentiate each juice by the color of the fruits and the texture applied to the first letter of the fruit. This product line can be expanded and once you have enough packages (and therefore letters) you can create words with the bottles.”

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

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Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Designed by Clara Cabral de Sousa | Country: Spain

“The Simple Juice derives from the main idea of a pure pressed natural juice. In this particular project we developed the industrial and graphic design of the product. The softness and friendly form of the bottle versus the simplicity of the graphic aesthetics live in perfect harmony, leading the customer to a unique experience. You can differentiate each juice by the color of the fruits and the texture applied to the first letter of the fruit. This product line can be expanded and once you have enough packages (and therefore letters) you can create words with the bottles.”

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

Student Work - Clara Cabral de Sousa

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