It’s all about the packaging!

Sam Morrow “Edibles” showcase a new and upcoming market that food products will have different strains of marijuana. Photo credit: Kathryn Chadbourn

Final projects of graphic design students are creating their own unique packaging for different products.

Each student created a unique graphic design that expresses a product they would like to sell. The digital photograph students photographed each students’ products to help the graphic design to create photos for their portfolios.

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Photo credit: Deb Van De Weghe

Regina Mills created “Queen Bee Candies”, a package that has multiple-function of displaying beautiful candies, but to help bring awareness of the endangerment of the bees. This product would help provide an avenue for bee keepers to increase their profits. Mills is a senior in print graphic design.

Jacqueline Quintanilla is not the typical student that went straight into design. Quintanillia received her bachelors and masters in Social Work.

After a couple of years working in Social Work her “inner artist” decided to come out. Her “Cool Coasters” are a new product that will be featured on her Estsy website. Quintanilla’s degrees are Graphic Design and Web Development.

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Nathan’s 3D Packaging Berzerkoids comes with it’s own boxing ring. Photo credit: Kathryn Chadbourn

Sam Morrow “Edibles” showcase a new and upcoming market that food products will have different strains of marijuana. Morrow is a graffiti artist. You can check out his website MRWCreations.com. His degree is in Graphic Design.

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Jacqueline Quintanilla “Cool Coasters” are a new product that will be features on her Etsy website. Photo credit: Kathryn Chadbourn

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