Designer: Sandra Mastinggal
Project Type: Student Project
School: Pratt Institute
Course: Art Direction
Tutor: Michael Gerbino
Location: New York, USA
Packaging Contents: Butter
Packaging Materials: Paper
According to biased studies during the 80’s, butter became to blame for the rise in heart disease and high blood pressure in America. However, the information that was then became the basis for FDA standards was cherry picked and misrepresented.
Multiple countries around the globe consume butter daily yet have low heart disease rates. This campaign is pushing the idea that butter should not be synonymous to fat.
This package uniquely informs any consumer that butter is NOT bad and thus information is represented in a minimalistic way, moving away from usual ideas of butter packaging and just goes straight to the facts.
via Packaging of the World – Creative Package Design Gallery http://ift.tt/1GfrKcB