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Chez Valois Creates Architectural Wrappers for Point G

By: Susan Keefe - Published: • References: chezvalois & lovelypackage
The Quebec confectionery boutique naughtily named Point G, or G spot in English, turned to designer Chez Valois to revamp the brand with fresh and innovative packaging. Chez Valois created a series of architectural boxes to house the company's delicate edibles. Each box opens in a different and slightly suggestive way.

The boxes themselves are adorned with breathtaking captures of the sweets within. Their colors appear punchy against the stark white backdrop that dominates the entire box save for a few choice accents of fuchsia. The packaging is seductively cheeky, good humored and wildly stylish. The quirky palette and overall allure of the box makes this chic wrapper as difficult to resist as the confections it contains.

Vibrant and dangerously vivacious, Chez Valois Point G packaging is deliciously charming with its quiet sensuality and unforgettable silhouette. Stats for Unfolding Confectionary Packaging Trending: Older & Mild
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