Tay clean and pure packaging by Sarah Tay

February 9th, 2012 by retail design blog

The line marries luxury with modern design – resulting in a finely tuned collection of eight essential skincare items. The handsome, simple packaging is minimalist; a blend of masculine and feminine and incorporates 100% eco-friendly bamboo for the aesthetically minded consumer.

Coming from a creative background, Sarah melded the fields of art and design – mediums she had previously employed – and worked to create a modern look with today’s desire of natural resources; thus each TAY product incorporates 100% bamboo and recyclable PET plastic. Each signature TAY bottles are designed to be objects d’art; a blend of masculine and feminine aesthetic, capturing the true essence of bamboo and combining it with a minimalist, unisex flowering vine.

Designed by Sarah Tay

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One thought on “Tay clean and pure packaging by Sarah Tay

  1. gina says:

    if i’m not mistaken, wrapping the product in both bamboo and PET is doubling the amount of packaging. i would question how sustainable that can be. a design blog would be more interesting if it called designers out on their inconsistent marketing/design practices, rather than accepting them uncritically.

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