Products that can claim to be good for human health and easy on the environment are relatively rare yet exceedingly attractive to many consumers. Good Tea packaging seems to fit this category with its earthy appearance and its health-promoting contents.
The brown kraft paper or cardboard boxes maintain an untampered texture and color and are printed with minimal ink. Each carton uses just two pigments for the delicate leafy patterns on the ends and the custom typeface that spells out the product's name.
As long triangular prisms, the boxes can stand longways or tall. When turned upwards the D has been turned into a steaming cup of tea. The delightful illustrations of Good Tea packaging by Gary Wai-man Kwok have the outside mirroring the marvelous flavors within.