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Student Work – Kingston University

Updated on July 18th, 2011  |  
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Student Work - Kingston University

Designed by Kylie-Ann Homer, Sadie Hines-Dedman & Senwelo Foster | Country: United Kingdom

“Rosy Lee’s Remarkable Remedy are soluble tea pills, which were created in order to illustrate the medicinal qualities of tea. Tea is often used to relieve the stresses and strains of everyday life, and Rosy Lee’s allows for a quick release in the form of 5 soluble tablets that will dissolve in boiling water to create a relieving brew. Rosy Lee’s comes in three varying strengths to suit different needs, the coloured dot on the packaging signifies the strength of the tea.”

Student Work - Kingston University

Student Work - Kingston University

Student Work - Kingston University

Student Work - Kingston University

Student Work - Kingston University

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Designed by Kylie-Ann Homer, Sadie Hines-Dedman & Senwelo Foster | Country: United Kingdom

“Rosy Lee’s Remarkable Remedy are soluble tea pills, which were created in order to illustrate the medicinal qualities of tea. Tea is often used to relieve the stresses and strains of everyday life, and Rosy Lee’s allows for a quick release in the form of 5 soluble tablets that will dissolve in boiling water to create a relieving brew. Rosy Lee’s comes in three varying strengths to suit different needs, the coloured dot on the packaging signifies the strength of the tea.”

Student Work - Kingston University

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Student Work - Kingston University

Student Work - Kingston University

Student Work - Kingston University

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