My Work

Die-cut boxes

Designing graphics for die-cut labels usually consists of designing graphics for the front, sides, and back of a package. The design is either printed as a label and adhered or printed on the package surface.

 

Fundalinski - Package label: Fedeli Pizza Kit Concept

Fundalinski – Package label: Fedeli Pizza Kit Concept

Project: Fedeli Pizza Kit (Concept)
Type: Package Design for Die Cut Folding Board
Client: The Design Department

 

 

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Project: The Original Puzzle Presto, 2010
Type: Package Design for Die Cut Folding Board, with Flap
Client: Buffalo Games

Description:
This package has a flap (velcro shut) on the front. The manufacturer felt the product needed a bit more explanation of how it works, so on the inside flap I created a diagram (with Adobe Illustrator) for it. This was a fun project and I enjoyed being about to do something different with the package, than just the standard 2 piece bottom & top (aka telescoping) packages.

Involvement:
Created package graphics
Created the flap and die-line for it
Created Illustrated diagrams
Oversaw photo shoot for photos on cover

 

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Job: NOCO Gift Card & Holder, 2012
Type: Gift card holder/packaging
Client: NOCO

Description:
This project was to not only redesign a gift card design, it was to also design a holder for it in which the card giver could write a message to the recipient. I also created the die-line for it to be die-cut. On the inside, one side was for writing on, and the other to advertise the NOCO Express stores. I photographed my car getting gas, in front of the store for that reason. The photo later was used in other advertisements, including on the back of the NOCO business cards.

Involvement:
Create die-line for die-cut
Graphics
Layout
Photo retouching

 

 

 

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Job: NOCO Gift Card & Holder (Holiday version), 2012
Type: Gift card holder/packaging
Client: NOCO

Description:
I was asked to do a holiday version of the NOCO gift card holder. I decided to stick with the NOCO green color and used the “O” from the NOCO logo to create a faded pattern on it.

Involvement:
Create die-line for die-cut
Graphics
Layout
Photo retouching

 

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Job: iMAgiNiff – Card Game Edition, 2006
Type: Package Design for Die Cut Folding Board, Content Design
Client: Buffalo Games

Description:
This was a conversion of a board game into a travel sized card game version.  For this card game a package needed to be created that had a window for viewing the dry erase marker inside. All I was given was the dimensions, the rest I created, including the die-line for it.

Involvement:
- Play development and initial direction, design of elements (rules, rule card, choice wheel card, dry-erase score card)
- Package design – concept design, window, character on package
- Source out initial components – dry erase marker w/ eraser head
- Concept and developed the “voting wheel”

 

 

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Job: iMAgiNiff – Card Game Edition, 2006
Type: Package Design for Die Cut Folding Board, Content Design
Client: Buffalo Games

Description:
Not only did I create the pacaking for this game, I also designed all of the contents inside, inclduing a voting wheel, wrote the rules, and creted a score card.

 

 

 

 

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