Go Seeds

G0  Seeds

Packaging Design

Melon seeds have been a traditional Chinese snack commonly put out in family gatherings and the traditional game “Go” has a history that dates back for centuries. By combining the two into one single package, Go Seeds provides both aspects of snacking and playing, perfect as a conversation starter or a party gift.

Melon seeds have been a traditional Chinese snack put out in family gatherings for centuries and the traditional game “Go” also has a history that dates back for more centuries. By combining the two into one single package, Go Seeds provides both aspects of snacking and playing, perfect as a conversation starter or party gift.

Tools

Illustrator, Indesign 

Duration

October - December 2018

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The logo mark contains four custom type Chinese characters that translates to "Go Seeds". The lines enclosing the characters  comes from the game board design and is an element echoed throughout the entire package. 

The logo mark contains the four Chinese characters that translate to "Go Seeds". The lines enclosing the characters  comes from the game board design and is a design element echoed throughout the entire package. 

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The sleeve design connects on all sides, containing product information and instructions on how to set up the game.

The sleeve design connects on all sides, containing product information and instructions on how to set up the game.

The sleeve design connects on all sides, containing product information and instructions on how to set up the game.

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The packets are held in place by two trays, which can be used as platters to hold the seeds and discard of shells. 

The packets are held in place by two trays,
which can be used as platters to hold the seeds and discard of shells. 

The packets are held in place by two trays, which can be used as platters to hold the seeds and discard of shells. 

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