The Festive Gifts & Packaging Design Showcase is one of the highlights of the Singapore Gifts & Premiums Fair (SGPFair) and PrintPack+Sign (PP+S) 2017. Providing opportunities for students to present their designs and project prototypes during the exhibition, the Showcase displays work from schools such as Ngee Ann Polytechnic, CMA Academy as well as our exhibitors, featuring food packaging, sustainable packaging solutions, and marketing collaterals.
Koh Xiu Huan Mabel, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Design and Environment
Benri means convenient in Japanese. This is also what the product aims to bring for its target users; the busy people on-the-go. Benri is a compact and flat packaging product that is easy to carry around and can be transformed easily into a cup to contain your favourite instant coffee.
Lim Wei Lin Winnie, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Design and Environment
HÉ is a sustainable packaging solution designed with the 3Rs (Reuse, Reduce, Recycle) in mind. It starts as a packaging for laptop and can be transformed into a laptop stand and stationery holder. It comes with two versions, the E-flute corrugated board version and the Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) hardboard version.
Let It Grow
Chew Yu Xin, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Design and Environment
Let It Grow is an educational toolkit that aims to teach children to care for our environment. It consists of a series of templates, parts and instructions that allows children to upcycle used packaging into animal plant pots.
Kimberly Sin, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Design and Environment
Herb Science is an interactive urban gardening kit that is inspired by the art of chemistry experiments. The product is designed to promote urban gardening and encourages more interaction within family members while cultivating the passion and awareness for gardening.