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Cha Ren More designed by Victor Design

Packaging made from uncoated unbleached board with black ink photography designed by Victor Design for Cha Ren More

Cha Ren More is a natural hand wash made from the oils of cooked and ground organic tea leaves using time-honoured methods. The product’s packaging, created by Taiwan based Victor Design, reflects the elemental plant-based ingredient, the traditional and handcrafted production technique and an earthy organic proposition through a simple combination, and practical qualities of a tactile, uncoated and unbleached material choice, adhesive label, a very nice half-tone print treatment, classic serif and traditional Chinese characters.

Packaging made from uncoated unbleached board with black ink photography designed by Victor Design for Cha Ren More

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Packaging made from uncoated unbleached board with black ink photography designed by Victor Design for Cha Ren More

Packaging made from uncoated unbleached board with black ink photography designed by Victor Design for Cha Ren More

Packaging made from uncoated unbleached board with black ink photography designed by Victor Design for Cha Ren More

Packaging made from uncoated unbleached board with black ink photography designed by Victor Design for Cha Ren More

More packaging work by Victor Design:

Packaging - Taiwan High Mountain Tea  Packaging - Zealong Tea


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