The goal of this project was to create a knife packaging of an existing brand that is eco-friendly with multiple use and protect the product at the same time. I designed a package for Victorinox Rosewood Chef’s knife, and thought wood was appropriate considering the entire lifespan of the product. The point of this packaging was that it would not only serve as protective packaging during shipping but also serve as a long-term, day-to-day ‘case’ for the consumer that also works as a chopping board when it is flipped over.
Military Sewing Kit
This sewing kit is designed specially for the Army. It contains scissors, safety pins, threads, patches and needles that are strong enough for army combat uniform. It is army green and desert colored to match the branding of army and canvas fabric is used to make it last longer. It can be folded up and with a carabiner attached, it makes it compact and portable. It can be locked securely with a velcro, and has a name card inside that allows one to differentiate one’s sewing kit from another. This sewing kit also has a special pocket that allows soldiers to store a photo of their significant other or family which makes it special and unique for each soldiers.
Branding of a tailored suit line 'Two Buttons' was inspired by John F.Kennedy's Ivy League style and his unique two-buttoned suit fashion. In remembrance of J.F.K's assassination in 1963, 'Two Buttons' was established in the same year and has kept its major clients as trendy businessmen in their 30's. Moreover, in order to maintain suit's classic aspect yet incorporate modern trend, Two Buttons uses black and gold for the main color scheme and San-Serif typeface with minimal layouts.