While plenty of people enjoy embellishing their Easter eggs with patterns and colorful dyes, Typo Egg packaging will appeal particularly to the editorial-inclined graphic designer. Niteesh Yadav of India has put together a little box that the customer can easily assemble himself, serving as a protective container for a letter-embellished egg.
The real egg inside of the carton has been printed with the names of various popular typefaces, spelled out in those particular fonts. The words are clustered together in different sizes, covering one side of the shell with a reference to the art of typography. Nestled nicely in a folded card cradle and sitting behind a revealing die-cut facade, this literal holiday decoration and its Typo Egg packaging make the perfect little gift for text-enthusiastic creatives.