Designer: Aaron-Harper Lee
Photography: Kamin Jaroensuk
Project Type: Student Project
School: Academy of Art University
Course: Packaging 2
Tutor: Thomas McNulty
Location: San Francisco, USA
Packaging Contents: Mezcal Mexican Moonshine
Packaging Material: Cardboard E-flute

The objective was to design sustainable packaging for multiple units of breakable items such as glass or ceramics while keeping shelving and display in mind.

The concept was a hybrid of polar worlds where the dead meet the living. A homage to the Mexican holiday Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), was merged with the American tradition of Moonshine crafting. Two varieties of Mezcal Liquor – Añejo and Dorado – represent legendary twin warriors reincarnated as the sun and the moon. Presented together as a pair of bottles with respective shot glasses, this project demonstrates that it is possible to design sustainable packaging for multiple units of breakable goods with little material.

The target audience for Two Prophets are thrill-seekers and curious millennials.

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