Feature 5 | Rebecca Black University of Wisconsin-Stout | Product Packaging

January 12, 2015
January 12, 2015 Travis Dewitz

Cresent Grainery Granola Cereal

Feature 5 | Selection of Five Images From my Latest Product Shoot

This Feature 5 showcases multiple product packaging concepts from University of Wisconsin Stout student Rebecca Black. Her distinct product ideas showcase a wide variety of merchandise including: Cresent Grainery Cereal, Serin Winery Wine, The Stout Soap Company Handmade Soap, and Moia Body Wash. Each package offers a unique purpose and advantage over what is on the market today.


Crescent Grainery was developed in order to develop a new type of packaging for muesli. The package is part paperboard and part plastic film. This allows the consumer to see the product before purchasing and see the amazing ingredients. There is a simple fold over closure to maintain freshness while being able to consume the product over a week.

SEREIN is a small family winery out of Durand, WI. They decided to use the Astrapouch to package their wine because it was eco-friendly, innovative and inexpensive for them to use. It also has a great look on the shelf and is very popular with active, on the go consumers. I wanted the pattern and colors to be fun and flirty, so they would appeal for an audience between women aged 21-35. 

The Stout Soap Company is a homemade soap making business which focuses on organic products and being environmentally friendly. Each package is made from 100% recycled kraft paperboard with a bee’s wax coat. This allows it to be recycled and is 100% biodegradable and compostable. The package is not just to contain the soap, but also to be reusable. Our unique package system is to hold the soap on the store shelf and then after the consumer buys it, they put it on the bathroom counter as a soap dish. It is a duel-purpose package which is sustainable in two ways: reusable package and biodegradable. The bee’s wax allows the paperboard not to weaken the structure and still allows the package to be composted. The package can be reused as a soap dish which will last until all the soap is gone. It can then be recycled or composted to the consumer’s convenience. The Stout Soap Company is concerned for the environment and provides that through the reusable, recyclable, and biodegradable package system of a soap dish. – Rebecca Black


 

 

Serein Winery PackagingThe Stout Soup CompanyStout Soap Company Detail Avocado and GrapefruitMoia Milk and Honey Body Wash

You can visit Rebecca Black’s Behance Page here.


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I. Love. Photography. I love it. It lightens my heart, fills my soul, and allows me to capture life the way that I see it. I constantly yearn to show life in a way that hasn’t been seen before, to bring images to people in a fresh and innovative way. My favorite focus in photography, my specialty I guess you would say, is Railroad Photography & Art. Something about the rumbling of these great, big, beautiful machines. The way they shake the earth beneath you as they rumble by, how they invade your chest and you can feel the rumble inside you. The plumes of heat on a hot day represented in a heat wave. Snaking through a western valley, void of trees or any other distracting element. Just the train, by itself, in it’s own inexplicable beauty and power. From the time I was a child, they have captured my imagination. I’ve recently gotten into portraiture a bit, and I want to bring some of my experiences with trains to that arena. To capture the power of a person, the sadness, loneliness, omniscience, pride, love, & carefree spirit in a way that hasn’t been done before. I want people to look at themselves in a photograph I have taken, and see a side of themselves that they think no one else has ever seen. Dewitz Photography is all about capturing a moment in a way that has never been seen before, capturing a beauty that some never knew was even there.