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Student Work – School of Visual Communication

Updated on December 13th, 2012  |  
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Student Work - School of Visual Communication

Designed by Caroline Rosenkjær, Casper HoldenChristina StougaardNicolai HenriksenThorbjørn Gudnason | Country: Denmark

“A small entrepreneurial company from Denmark is currently preparing to launch a new innovative mens product, a semen quality test for home use which indicates the semen mobility with 98 % accuracy! The appearance and use of the product is similar to a pregnancy test.

We went after a minimalist no-bullshit package design, which gives the consumer nothing but the relevant. Furthermore will the package design be a necessary part of the advertising concept.”

Student Work - School of Visual Communication

Student Work - School of Visual Communication

 

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Designed by Caroline Rosenkjær, Casper HoldenChristina StougaardNicolai HenriksenThorbjørn Gudnason | Country: Denmark

“A small entrepreneurial company from Denmark is currently preparing to launch a new innovative mens product, a semen quality test for home use which indicates the semen mobility with 98 % accuracy! The appearance and use of the product is similar to a pregnancy test.

We went after a minimalist no-bullshit package design, which gives the consumer nothing but the relevant. Furthermore will the package design be a necessary part of the advertising concept.”

Student Work - School of Visual Communication

Student Work - School of Visual Communication

 

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