Fresh from the Field — Trade Me Paper set by Think™

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This Fresh From The Field features amazing cardboard engineering from Think
If you have new or recent work that you would like to share in Fresh from the Field email Louise for details.

The brief:

The Breakout Room approached Think to help create a vision. A whimsical beach scene, plus props, all made from paper.

The response:

The set design was for Trade Me’s Christmas mall of your dreams advert, shot & produced by the wonderful Brewery Studio. The set needed to be vibrant and capture the essence of a good ol’ festive Kiwi summer. This consisted of Hokey Pokey ice cream, waves, clouds, pesky food stealing seagulls, jandals, a chilly bin and of course… Fish & chips, with a big dollop of tomato sauce.

The collaborators:

Art Director: Noumi O’Flaherty

Chief organiser & set builder: Viv Teo // Set help: Davina Jivaratnam

Stills photography: Michael Lewis

Established in 2010 by Mat Bogust, Think Packaging is an Auckland based, structural packaging design studio thats pure focus is cardboard engineering and delivering solutions. Recently Think™ was ranked in the worldwide top 50 most awarded creative agencies and designers in the field of consumer and corporate brand design.

 



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