More Packaging Prototypes
Paperback with Flaps on Inside & Back Covers
Table of ContentsPackaging: Insipid or Imperative?
The Roots of Packaging
The Different Purposes of Packaging
Packaging and the Environment
Different Types of Closures
Format: Paperback with Flaps on Inside & Back Covers
Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 30th October 2006
Country of Publication: CH
Dimensions (cm): 29.0 x 24.0 x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.92
Edition Number: 1
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More Packaging Prototypes follows on from the hugely successful Packaging Prototypes, and acts as a visual catalyst in the creation and production of exciting and innovative design.
The huge variety of packaging possibilities are depicted in the vast and diverse range of carton templates featured in the book. Each finished model is displayed through stunning photographs which serve to inspire and develop the designers' potential. Each package design is accompanied by detailed notes, listing its product suitability and distinguishing features. Also, the design's ecological implications through to its material suitability are presented in a system of icons that can be accessed quickly and easily.
On top of all this, authoritative essays review the principles of packaging designers and examine what constitutes a successful package.
More Packaging Design is therefore an invaluable practical resource for anyone working in packaging design.
About the Author
Edward Denison is an award-winning design and planning consultant, with an expertise in packaging and sustainable design. He is currently based in Sussex, UK, and Beijing, China. This is his third book on packaging for RotoVision, following Packaging Prototypes and Thinking Green: Packaging Prototypes 3.