Smells like fresh print — Think Packaging’s self-promotion

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Brought to you by B&F Papers, the Smells Like Fresh Print series celebrates the beauty and tactile qualities of recently created, selected print projects. This week we share Think Packaging‘s self promotion.


“After six years in the packaging game, we decided it was time to treat ourselves to a nice spot of re-branding, as well as indulge in some shameless self-promotion to celebrate.” Mat Bogust

Project Title: you made the cut
Studio/Design team: Think Packaging / Team: Mat Bogust, Ryan Marx, Manda Clarke
Client: Think Packaging (self promotion)
Printer: Laserfoil
Production methods: die-cut, foiled
Quantity produced: a limited 35, bespoke, hand-made boxes
Paper stocks: Curious Skin – Black 270gsm
No. of colours: 1
Typography: N/A


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