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Student Work – Tobias Eriksson

Updated on June 10th, 2011  |  
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Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

Designed by Tobias Eriksson | Country: Sweden

“The assignment was to create a First Aid kit for general purposes. The design is made with simplicity in mind, but also seen from an ecological point of view since it’s all made out of paper. When someone gets hurt, it should be easy to find what you need to help them. With this First Aid kit, there’s only one way to open it, and everything is structured so that it’s easy to see what you need based on the pictograms and the information printed on the lid. Also, the sleeves are not detachable from the box itself, so all you need to do is pull until you can’t pull any further.”

Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

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Student Work – Tobias Eriksson

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Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

Designed by Tobias Eriksson | Country: Sweden

“The assignment was to create a First Aid kit for general purposes. The design is made with simplicity in mind, but also seen from an ecological point of view since it’s all made out of paper. When someone gets hurt, it should be easy to find what you need to help them. With this First Aid kit, there’s only one way to open it, and everything is structured so that it’s easy to see what you need based on the pictograms and the information printed on the lid. Also, the sleeves are not detachable from the box itself, so all you need to do is pull until you can’t pull any further.”

Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

Student Work - Tobias Eriksson

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