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Glasses Case Features Customer’s Faces On The Brand Packaging

Glasses Case Features Customer’s Faces On The Brand Packaging
Advertising

The eyewear brand grafik:plastic featured photos of wearers on the paper slips inside cases to show how glasses can change a person’s face.

Emma Hutchings
  • 4 september 2013

Seoul-based eyewear brand grafik:plastic created a new packaging design for a promotional campaign that featured images of its customers. Profile photos were printed on the paper slips that fit inside the transparent glasses cases, to show how eyewear can change each person’s face.

Glasses Case Lets Wearers Appear On Brand’s Packaging

A customer’s new pair of glasses are placed inside the case, on top of the image, so it appears as though the person is modelling the glasses. This way, customers are invited to become part of the brand’s packaging as a face of the campaign.

Glasses Case Lets Wearers Appear On Brand’s Packaging

The Dieline reports that the back of the photos features a user manual, company history, quality claim and a suggestion that the case could alternatively be used to store pens or jewelry. Other new components for the campaign included paper bags also featuring faces and a white cleaner fabric reading “I can see clearly now.”

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+Advertising
+Asia
+Design
+Design Update
+eyewear
+fashion / apparel
+glasses
+packaging design
+Promotion
+Retail
+seoul
+South Korea
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