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CARNAVAL

The Other Side Of Tea.
Between humans and spirits

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year

2021

role

□ packaging
☻ Illustrator
→ BRANDING 

client

carnaval

about

Between humans and spirits, Carnaval is the portal that connects the physical world and the spiritual world. Invoke Carnaval, The Other Side Of Tea.


The packaging design hopes to visualize the portal ritual that brings new experiences. Combining colors and shapes that come out of the portal. We choose the path of sustainability and organic. A ritual from start to finish inspired in the different festivals, flora and fauna ... we go hand in hand with nature, music and art.

Packaging design arose from the idea of ​​Portal, a phenomenon that connects us with new worlds, new pairings, new strands, new herbs, new consumptions, new habits.

An experience without prejudice that invites you to merge with tea, without schedules or restrictions. Carnaval seeks to get away from the everyday idea, we believe and support what is different.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Contact me:
angello.torres.dg@gmail.com

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about

More is more. The sensitivity of Monet & the informative load of El Bosco.

I'm Angello Torres, I was born in Peru and studied graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires. I worked for many years in Branding and Web Design studios as Art Director and Lead Designer.

Nowadays I am working on multiple projects as a Freelancer (branding, illustration, posters, UI). I also work in my free time on an investigation into the digitization and miniaturization of information through posters where I mix collage, metaphor and avant-garde design.

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