Design: Packaging by Carlo Giovani

Brazilian designer Carlo Giovani provides us with a fresh view into package design. Samples of his diverse work available on his website include box design for a MTV DVD or the band Turbo Trio and our favorite the Chinese Tea Box.

“…[CHINESE TEA BOX] : We decided to give to some ordinary packages a new face based on the product inside, creating a kind of toy-pack, a beautiful object, that people can not put on the trash, but take it to them, reusing the pack. In this case, a beautiful Chinese girl opens her mouth to offer you a delicious jasmine tea…”


Click on the image below for the link

link to Carlo Giovani Chinese Tea Box page























More information and much more of his design work ranging from paper, infographics to motion at the Carlo Giovani’s web site.

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