Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Student Work – Nick Yates

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Designed by Nick Yates | Country: United Kingdom

“University brief – Packaging design for a pub game invented by a University tutor. The aim of the game is to draw celebrities using matchsticks (example included – it’s Joan of Arc by the way). The winner is the person who can create their celebrity using the fewest matches. The losers buy the beers.

Match boxes come in 4 hand screen printed colours; black, magenta, turquoise and fluorescent red with a foil blocked match on the front. Box tray made from metallic gold card.

It’s the ultimate pub challenge”

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“University brief – Packaging design for a pub game invented by a University tutor. The aim of the game is to draw celebrities using matchsticks (example included – it’s Joan of Arc by the way). The winner is the person who can create their celebrity using the fewest matches. The losers buy the beers.

Match boxes come in 4 hand screen printed colours; black, magenta, turquoise and fluorescent red with a foil blocked match on the front. Box tray made from metallic gold card.

It’s the ultimate pub challenge”

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