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flower tea packaging design 2 by derrickfong flower tea packaging design 2 by derrickfong
an assignment designed by me for packaging design subject
packaging of small bud chrysanthemum tea and rosebud tea

please visit also <a href="[link]"flower tea packaging design 1

flower tea packaging for "the tea farm" company

*some picture source from internet (but not sure the original source from and if any picture need me to give creadit please inform me, thanks! :))
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roren001 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009
Great Job. I love the attention to detail and especially how you integrated the diecut of the flower into the box top—brilliant. However, production cost on this would be huge with all this detail, but I am sure you thought of that, and I realize that this was only for class assignment.

I'm not sure about the colour scheme. Your corporate logo beautifully uses green and orange, and tea being a green leaf might be a more logical choice, so what's up with the red and yellow?
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derrickfong Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009
thanks...ya...i really know about the production cost will be high with the packaging details...but to make my lecturer impressive with my products...this is just an idea for assignment :D...you understand me...

oh...about the corporate logo...it's not apart of my design...it is the original logo of the tea farm :D
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roren001 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009
:)
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josephacheng Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
This is better than the first because the black text on the red box does not look pixilated.
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derrickfong Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2008
thanks for the comments...i understand what you mean...yap...normally i need to unify the design(like the font color)...besides...when you see the actual packaging...it don't have much problem with it...maybe is the photo problem...cuz when shoot this photo...i doesn't have any studio flash light to shoot it...so the photo not very bright and clear...:)
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mFynn Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2008
wow this looks so great ;]

I study graphic design, so i know how much work all this packagestuff is ... and it really looks cool!
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derrickfong Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2008
oh...you are design student too! college or univercity student? and how many year need to study...and when you start it? :D
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mFynn Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2008
i've start in summer 2006 and it goes 3 years so i end next summer =)

and you?
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derrickfong Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2008
and you get degree course? i am only get diploma course...maybe after training and continue my degree course again...now still have one semester left(about 4 month) )
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