Packaging | UQAM
St. Hubert's new "green" packaging
If you love looking at great packaging design on blogs like TheDieline and Lovely Package (like me!), then you should really check out Packaging | UQAM. The site's curator, Sylvain Allard, is a professor at L'École de Design at L'Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He is interested in sustainable and environmentally sound packaging design. I particularly like the Québecois Rotisseries St-Hubert's new eco-friendly packaging. They made a move away from styrofoam to recyclable materials as well as reducing the size of their containers.
Here are a few more things I like over at Packaging | UQAM...
Serif Tote Bag by Little Factory
Justin Lortie proposes a reflection on the environment.
Helvetica Biscuits by Beverly Hsu
Have a great Wednesday!
Labels: canada, packaging design, quebec
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I'm a sucker for beautiful packaging and both the sites you mention. And those Helvetica biscuits are great :)ReplyDelete
love the design and love the shout out to Quebec!ReplyDelete
bess we're totally on the same page! i was thinking the other night, as i was eating st. hubert, that i was going to do a post on their packaging! i was so happy to see this. wait, WAIT, until you eat st. hubert. it's a provincial past-time in quebec. xo kateReplyDelete
@Leanda: I know! It makes me want to create all kinds of cookie typefaces ;)ReplyDelete
@Johanna: Québec always deserves a shout out in my books, it is after all "La Belle Province" ;)
@Kate: Ha! That's so funny!! I can't wait to get me some of that Turkey's (?) Rooster's (?) fried food - and in eco-friendly packaging no less ;)ReplyDelete
I love that tote!ReplyDelete
Thank you Bess for your interest in my blog.ReplyDelete
There should be a lot of new stuff next week.
I love the tote as well. Bess, you should develop that macaroni font you started, it combines food and typeface in a most pleasing way. And, yes, did Tyke take your head shot? He can do better, even though you come from a non photogenic family.ReplyDelete