To celebrate the Year of Tiger, Nongfu Spring launches a limited gift box for Mix Milk Tea. The idea is inspired by a Chinese nursery rhyme "Beat the Tiger". The packaging is designed as tiger head, while its eyes are replaced by whirls that are the visual asset of the brand. When consumers are holding the box, their fists are right above the tiger, so it looks like the consumers are beating the tiger. Eventually, it can create the interaction between consumers and packaging.
It was inspired by the Dragon Boat Sacrificial Ceremony, by which the ancient Chinese prayed to stars and gods for the eradication of diseases and bumper harvest. The outer box is designed with a dragon as the main body, with the shape of mugwort leaves outlining the torso of the dragon and the grains of the reed leaves as the scales of the dragon body. While the inner box adopts a packaging of two dragons holding Zongzi, which means double luck in Chinese culture.The inner box adopts a packaging of two dragons holding Zongzi, which means double luck in Chinese culture.
This Mid-Autumn Flying to the Moon aims to take users back to the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival customs. Therefore, the packaging adopts the traditional Chinese palace lantern and a light module is added to its bottom. The circular illustration, coming from traditional mythologies, like the Jade Hare, the palace of the moon, and Apsaras in Dunhuang Murals, exudes a strong sense of ceremony.
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