These condom packs work to convenience the lives of people who are often sexually active.
The project was created by the Montreal-based designer Su Park and offers condoms that are placed in groups of six. Rather than being offered in individual plastic wrappers, the condoms are placed in the blister packs that many medicines come in. This allows users to simply pop the contraceptives out when they are needed, avoiding any damage that the ripping apart plastic wrappers can occasionally cause to condoms. The condoms are offered in different textures and have minimal labeling.
These condom packs function as safe and convenient items that sexually active individuals are able to carry around in their bags.
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