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Bamboo Cotton Buds

Designers: Aniston Antony and Vrundar Patil
Location: India
Project Type: Student Project
School: MIT Institute of Design
Packaging Contents: Bamboo Cotton Buds
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Polypropylene
Printing Process: Digital printing

We aim for sustainability for future use. Since earbuds are a day-to-day use product commonly found in houses, the need for an economic design is a major concern. We seek the replacement of traditional plastic material with bamboo which is environmentally friendly and is easily available. The buds will be cotton for non-friction and smooth interaction with skin when in use. The packaging is designed in order for the user to easily open and take up the earbud. The front cut out explains the number of leftover earbuds. The fluidic design flow allows the user to seamlessly navigate through all the operations while using the product. The green color symbolizes the need for the hour with environmentally friendly products.

What's Unique?
Our product which is inspired by nature that is, the form is inspired by the bamboo stem and color palette we took from bamboo itself which makes this product attractive, unique, lean and well thought, in aesthetics as well as in functional aspects. The form and color also fulfill the main purpose that is, to design a sustainable packaging design.

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