Geometric redesign breathes new life into an otherwise amorphous piece of packaging.

Brooklyn, New York-based graphic designer Alyssa Phillips has done away with the lifeless plastic packaging usually associated with M&M’s as part of her redesign for a school assignment. Not only is the new design attractive, it also makes it easier to save some of your snack for later – assuming you can control your sweet tooth.

The new design, which is available in six different colors, is distinctly geometric and features a much more clean-cut look than the old amorphous one. Designed to fit in the palm of your hand, the box is much more stable and comes complete with a resealable tear strip that lets you manage your sugar intake for the day.

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