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Ephit Vodka Bottles - I created the logo/identity for this brand of vodka (Ephit) as well as the packaging. Each flavor is a different story created by myself and those close to me. The front label is a story that one might say "ephit" to, but the back is a story of the same situation if done differently; hence the mixed solution on the back label.

This project was done in a graphic design theory class. The project was to create something based off of the film, "Run Lola Run." My idea was bad things happen, but how can they be turned around and done differently. What would the outcomes be? What would solve the problem? The class answer to my questions was alcohol. Hence my solution to the film and the questions I asked.
Ephit Vodka Bottles - I created the logo/identity for this brand of vodka (Ephit) as well as the packaging. Each flavor is a different story created by myself and those close to me. The front label is a story that one might say "ephit" to, but the back is a story of the same situation if done differently; hence the mixed solution on the back label.

This project was done in a graphic design theory class. The project was to create something based off of the film, "Run Lola Run." My idea was bad things happen, but how can they be turned around and done differently. What would the outcomes be? What would solve the problem? The class answer to my questions was alcohol. Hence my solution to the film and the questions I asked.
Chip and Pepper Jeans/Labels and Packaging - I created the packaging and labels for Chip and Pepper Jeans for a BFA show project. I also created the logo/identity system. This packaging would be used only at the California store; whereas the packaging would be similar, but with a different feel for the New York and Canada stores.
Chip and Pepper Jeans/Labels and Packaging - I created the packaging and labels for Chip and Pepper Jeans for a BFA show project. I also created the logo/identity system. This packaging would be used only at the California store; whereas the packaging would be similar, but with a different feel for the New York and Canada stores.
Chip and Pepper Jeans/Labels and Packaging - I created the packaging and labels for Chip and Pepper Jeans for a BFA show project. I also created the logo/identity system. This packaging would be used only at the California store; whereas the packaging would be similar, but with a different feel for the New York and Canada stores.
Chip and Pepper Jeans/Labels and Packaging - I created the packaging and labels for Chip and Pepper Jeans for a BFA show project. I also created the logo/identity system. This packaging would be used only at the California store; whereas the packaging would be similar, but with a different feel for the New York and Canada stores.
Chip and Pepper Jeans/Labels and Packaging - I created the packaging and labels for Chip and Pepper Jeans for a BFA show project. I also created the logo/identity system. This packaging would be used only at the California store; whereas the packaging would be similar, but with a different feel for the New York and Canada stores.
High Intensity Pigments - I created the packaging and logo for this pre-existing makeup line by L'OREAL. My big idea was the peacock because its vibrant, iridescent colors are similar to those in this line.
High Intensity Pigments - I created the packaging and logo for this pre-existing makeup line by L'OREAL. My big idea was the peacock because its vibrant, iridescent colors are similar to those in this line.
High Intensity Pigments - I created the packaging and logo for this pre-existing makeup line by L'OREAL. My big idea was the peacock because its vibrant, iridescent colors are similar to those in this line.
High Intensity Pigments - I created the packaging and logo for this pre-existing makeup line by L'OREAL. My big idea was the peacock because its vibrant, iridescent colors are similar to those in this line.
High Intensity Pigments - I created the packaging and logo for this pre-existing makeup line by L'OREAL. My big idea was the peacock because its vibrant, iridescent colors are similar to those in this line.
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Mallory Roynon
Graphic Designer New York, NY