Could Redesigning The Cigarette Help People Quit Smoking?


This series of design ideas are aimed at aiding smokers with giving up the habit.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 28 may 2014

Taiwanese designer Tseng Yi Wen has created a concept for a series of cigarettes that are designed to help the smoker quit smoking eventually.

The designer’s Tobacco project features four cigarette types that are a reference to some of the habits of smokers and depict the kind of interaction smokers have with cigarettes. The series is meant to help smokers slowly wean off tobacco but still allow the user to smoke every now and then.

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