mardi 31 mars 2015
Inspired by his father who planted trees on his property in Granby, Gregory Côté develop this set used to start planting trees from seed germination. Today, this man of Granby Who Planted Trees has managed to give life to a small urban forest. This proposed packaging made out of molded pulp is a great achievement in my class packaging. Thank you to the team of technicians of the Faculty of Arts for their support.
lundi 23 mars 2015
Inspirée par cette expression bien familière, Julie Pirovani a développé ce concept d,emballage pour elks amandes dans workshop donné à Aix-en-Provence au début mars 2015.
If you are a Quebecer, it is possible that this habit is completely foreign to you. However, in France, "Bonjour Philippine!" Is a term well-known to children eating twin almonds, or other twin fruit, or of those who, unintentionally, say the same sentence simultaneously. The next morning, a small gift goes to the one who thinks of saying it first.
Inspired by this well-familiar play, Julie Pirovani developed this packaging concept for almonds in the workshop I gave to ECV students in Aix-en-Provence in early March 2015.
mardi 17 mars 2015
Nice packaging with delicacy and beauty for Pu-er tea that comes in a solid cake. Developed by Menghe Zoo in my packaging workshop in Aix- en-Provence, this project is in the pure tradition of asian packaging.
dimanche 15 mars 2015
The wonders of Johanne are an act of faith in all that is miraculous. Inspired by a caring and enthusiastic stepmother, the effect of these products on health is not guaranteed, but considering the placebo effect related to faith, we may believe that it will not hurt you. This is a nice project developed by Yann Career in my packaging design course at UQAM.
vendredi 13 mars 2015
Ici à Packaging UQAM, on pense que les emballages pourraient être tellement plus sympathiques et on vous propose une réflexion sur ce que ça pourrait avoir l’air. En une semaine, les étudiants avaient à revoir le design d’une boite de conserve. La contrainte : présenter le produit autrement et surtout en prenant pour acquis l’intelligence de l’usager.Voici les propositions faites par les étudiants du cours de mon collègue Louis Gagnon.
Tired of standardized packages an one track minded uniform design inspired by god knows whom criterias? Tired of our grocery store shelves where creativity has deserted to make room for boredom, uniformity and unique thought.
At Packaging UQAM, we believe that the packaging could be so much more friendly and we offer a reflection on what it might look like. In one week, the students had to review the design of a can. The constraint: present the product differently by assuming the intelligence of the user. Here are the projects designed in Louis Gagnon's class at UQAM
jeudi 12 mars 2015
It is said that men appreciate women's lingerie. In my workshop at the ECV in Aix-en-Provence, Sabine Veyre worked on a series of three Rendez-vous panties in "Kleenex" packaging. The different styles of underwear (some very sexy and others a lot less), are designed for the evolution of a love relationship. The big panties are proposed for the first rendez-vous (Never on the first night) for it acts as a deterrent to curb the impulses and propose another RDV instead...or maybe not after all.