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Flavoured Milk

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  • Concept packaging for a series of flavoured milk - Project completed in 2010
  • I created a series of flavoured milk with Japanese names. I imagined these bottles and cartons being sold in a cute and artisan shop in Tokyo, along with biscuits and teas.
     
     
     
  • Vanilla flavour
    AMAI in Japanese means "sweet", thus the name of this milk. 
    The pattern for the label is made out of vanilla flowers.
  • Coffee flavour
    I decided to call this milk type ASA, which means "morning" .
    Perfect to drink on a sleepy morning, it's scattered with coffee beans.
  • Strawberry flavour
    SHIZUKU means "drop" in Japanese. It both represents the small drops of mist on a fresh fruit but also reminds of the shape of the strawberry seeds.
    The pattern chose for the label comes from this drop shape.
  • Green Tea flavour
    Japanese green tea is famous worldwide, but not everybody is aware of the combination of this tea with milk. Japanese summers offer green tea flavoured ice-creams, frappes and milkshakes. 
    MIDORI means "green", as the leaves of this tea represented on the label.