Ever wondered "what's the future of packaging"?
Returning for 2019, the Pro2Pac Design Challenge is an opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience working in packaging design and gives the industry a glimpse of what the future may hold for up-and-coming packaging talent. Register your interest to receive the latest updates on the 2019 Challenge jointly co-ordinated by Fresh Montgomery and the Packaging Collective.
For this edition of Pro2Pac we are working with the design students at LSBU. The brief has been created by Sanjay Patel and David Harding Brown , aka The Packaging Collective.
Choose one of your favourite fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands or products and redesign its current packaging to work better when delivered through e-commerce.
E.G. how could we make the packaging work better if delivered only through Amazon and not be available anymore in traditional ‘brick and mortar’ retail outlets?
A shortlist of 15 students projects will be chosen on 15th February with the final 15 students being invited to come to Pro2Pac where 3 D models of their entries, along with a 1 page description will be displayed. The winner will be chosen on the 18th March and presented with their prize of a weeks’ work experience at design agency www.kinneirdufort.com in Bristol.
LSBU design courses are accredited by the Institute of Engineering Designers and have been running since the 1970’s. We are very excited about the Pro2Pac Student Design Challenge and look forward to the students packaging proposals.
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