Posted on: December 4, 2016
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A packaging project for marijuana focusing on the variety of products in the market. The first box was designed for edible 'pot cookies'. Incorporating dispensary labels and an ace bandage, this package is focused on the health benefits and medicinal qualities of marijuana. The second concept is an adhesive wrap applied to a handmade bar of hemp oil soap. The wordmark combined with a handprint creates an identity for a natural soap company. The last concept is loose, pre-ground marijuana in gum-style blister packaging. The design is focused on a ?fun approach?, recreational application, and convenience in using the product.

Paper, plastic, tin foil, tape, cookies, soap, and italian seasoning; using Adobe Photoshop and InDesign

November 2015

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Becky Tochterman (BLT)

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BFA Alumni

Major: Graphic Design

Graduation Year: 2017

Artist Statement:

Becky Lynn Tochterman is a graphic designer born and trained in Maine. With an interest in packaging and technology, she works to integrate a sense of touch into her choice of materials. Her focus is studying how two dimensional design can come to fruition in three dimensional space. Her love of working with her hands has pushed her to work with form and how text and image translate both on and off screen. This ongoing study into the world of physical and digital design is what continues to draw Becky into the field of graphic design.