The packaging turned out to be a bold, colorful and lively.
Tic Tac was looking for a new seasonal package inspired by Mexican Day of the Dead.
The design had to reflect all the joy and the colors that surround this festivity and appeal to Mexican millennials and young adults.
121 developed a design proposal with a vector illustration technique that incorporated some of the most important elements of the holiday.
The marigolds that guide the souls of the deceased were present in the vibrant yellow background of the package and the subtle texture that mimicked its petals.
Also, the design featured two sugar skulls: a male and a female. These elements are a reference to the traditional sweets that appear on the altars and represent La Catrina and El Catrín, two typical skeletons that have become a symbol of the Day of the Dead. Additionally, not only the label takes inspiration from this celebration, but the actual mints are decorated with a skull print.
Overall, the packaging turned out to be a bold, colorful and lively design that embodies the essence of the Day of the Dead.
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