Eco-friendly packaging concept for birthday crayon-candles.
Université du Québec à Montréal, UQAM
Instructor : Sylvain Allard
The aim of this project was to combine 2 products that usually go together without necessarily being sold together. As we combined the 2 products we were also asked to revisit the common packaging for these objects. No more blister packs!
I developped these fun littles crayon-candles packs. Great for birthdays, no need to buy the crayons and the candles, and no more throwing out used candles. Once blown, they have a second life... The packaging is also more appealing and economic than the regular carboard boxes.
Applied Arts Student Award, Packaging, 2010.
Published in Monocle Magazine, July-August 2012.