Doodle-Covered Cardboard Boxes by Peter Gregson

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Dec 28, 2010 • References: petergregson & packagingoftheworld
Urban edginess of graffiti meets fashion accessory packaging in the hands of Peter Gregson for The Manual Co. Such cardboard box packaging is often austere, one-coloured and emblazoned with a designer logo, but Gregson’s boxes are creatively swathed with doodled descriptions of the products within.

Constructed in various sizes for handbags, gloves and belts, the blackboard-like packages sides and tops are splashed with a white chalk-like graffiti script of expressive words such as "handmade," "authentic," and "the forgotten arts," along with a color illustration of the accessory inside.

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