The product = the packaging

Earlier I wrote an article about packaging being the product. But what if you’d turn that thought 180 degrees around? What if you’d say that the product is the packaging? When you know most of the packaging is an environmental issue, how could you shape a product so less or no packaging is needed? Because the product is attractive enough by itself or shaped for more efficient transportation. It could look something like this.
And for the sake of the story forget about the ethical and price issue ;-). And I doubt it will solve the environmental problem if plastic is needed to shape, unless of course the molds have an endless life. I just like the thought.

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The buddha experiment is from 2003 and the pumpkin from 1996

Source: cakeheadlovesevil
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