Essi's t-shirt packaging concept relies on sustainable design practices. The product is created by designer Jessica Cullen and boasts a scroll-like system that folds in and out in seconds. Using flexible paper, the designer's t-shirt packaging concept protects Essi's garments and saves space during delivery.
This light-weight and eco-friendly solution is tied with a string and boasts a tag with Essi's signature branding. While most t-shirt packaging relies on plastic bags or large boxes that waste paper, this branding concept is more space-saving and sustainable in its theme.
This scroll-like clothing packaging illustrates Essi's handmade and artisanal aesthetic and is reflective of the the label's environmentally conscious values. Moreover, each of its packages envelops a garment that is made with the utmost care and quality.
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- By: Jana PijakApr 21, 2015