This Design for Non Toxic Revolution Helps Those in Need

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: behance.net & packageinspiration
Non Toxic Revolution is a foundation that works with the brand Quiksilver, "which encourages a healthy lifestyle through meditation, yoga on the beach, and healthy eating among other healthy alternatives," according to Package Inspiration.

The packaging for this initiative was done by Jessie Michelle, who went with an interesting shape for displaying the bathing suit. Instead of just using a regular box or hanger, the suit looks like it's on a triangular pizza box. However, the main reason for using this shape is to promote the Non Toxic Revolution logo and also display a QR code. It's this QR code that users can scan and learn more about the project, which will hopefully help people learn more about living a healthy lifestyle, as well as being knowledgeable about the potential chemicals we can put in our bodies unknowingly. Stats for Interactive Phone Branding Trending: This Year & Average
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