Thick, paper boxes can be stacked up to contain an entire in-flight meal. Once stacked, they are wrapped in paper towel lined brown paper and sealed with a sticker. When the box is opened, the wrapper can be used as a placemat to catch the crumbs and wipe the fingers. Stackables can be used in any combination of layers...it depends on how many courses are served.
Designed for: 2005 IFCA conference in Copenhagen
Materials: thick paper board, paper, paper towel
Flight service made from biodegradable wood and paper. No glue has been used.
Designed for: VLM Airlines
Materials: Biodegradable wood, paper
Put good use to those old grocery bags that end up under the sink, hidden in the closet, or as trash along the road. ...continue reading
The Eggcognito concept was designed for Kwetters, an egg company. They wished to sell individually wrapped, boiled eggs on the store shelves around Easter time. These boxes are meant to give us the feeling that we have found an egg out in the wild, much like we did as children.
Designed for: Kwetters