Hanagami, meaning ``nose paper`` in Japanese, honors the history of tissues, as the first recorded instance of using paper for the face and nose stems from Edo period Japan.
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Emphasis on the circle reveals the construction of the logo, as well as the flower shape.
My goal for this project was to create a package with the ability to have smaller detachable units for travel tissues. Concepted to use seed paper, Hanagami packaging cuts down on the amount of plastics and ends up being beneficial to the enivornment after use.
Alternate packaging solutions give customers the ability to prepare for a variety of situations that the original packaging isn't suited for.
Features products and talks to the audience in a casual and health-conscious tone.