When looking through ID student work I rarely see structural package designs, but today's the day. Anders Flem, an Industrial Design student at the University of Cincinnati, designed this eye-catching Air Scents perfume bottle.
The assignment was not only to create a unique bottle design, but to also come up with "three unique executions" for the product's visualization.
"The form plays with the idea of air, the brand's namesake; the floating circular cavity holding the product is intended to appear as though it is floating. Three [options] were explored in the visualization studies: A clean, descriptive style…"
"…the product seemingly suspended in midair…"
"…and a retro-ethereal iteration."
The packaging, by the way, was done by fellow student and Communication Design major Connor Moore.
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Beautiful work as always, Anders.
First of - very elegant design!
Hi Rain! Thank you for sharing! One small note - Connor Moore, the designer I collaborated with, is a graphic design (Communication design) student at the University of Cincinnati.
Well, you can do anything in CAD until you're hit with the reality of production. Absolutely no way to produce anything even close in glass. The instructor should have slapped the student upside the head and said "learn a bit about production - then design a bottle". So disappointing.
This was a render weekly prompt / visualization exercise - hence the emphasis on visualization styles and not the bottle design itself. :)
"...slapped the student upside the head..." - wtf?
You by any chance wear a maga cap?
Might be tricky to produce exactly but by no means impossible. Only a poor designer would shy away from challenging tooling.