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Japanese Origami Design: Kaiya Bath and Body

Japanese Origami Design: Kaiya Bath and Body

Kaiya is a brand inspired by natural traditional Japanese feminine body care products.

Using origami techniques, each box is built forming a pentagon shape which forms a distinctive top.

Japanese paper patterns were used to adorn the top to attract a female audience.

The color of the logo changes according to the main ingredient being used in the product as well as being the accent color of each pattern being used.
Kaiya packaging was designed by Stephany Oceguera, a designer from Chicago, Illinois.

She states:

Coming from a small quiet town in Illinois, I wanted to be taken out of my comfort zone and search for an opportunity to grow and blossom. I decided to move to the city and attend the Illinois Institute of Art – Chicago where I expanded my knowledge within the graphic design field. Throughout my education, I have worked towards advancing my skills to higher levels and also explored the many paths that I could take with my design career. I have found love in typography, package design and branding where my skills have revealed their strength. Making other people happy is what brings me happiness. To me, the most gratifying part about being a designer is bringing a smile to a client’s face from the moment we begin a project to the final result.

Check out her site and portfolio!

 

By G+ Author: Elizabeth Sanchez.

Elizabeth Sanchez
Blogger about Packaging Design Trends. An advocate of new, fun packaging designs and prototypes. Supporting creative packaging designs worldwide.