Liska fish labeling system by Stefania Borasca

April 28th, 2016 by retail design blog

Liska is my bachelor project. It is a labeling system for fish products. At the base of the project is a new classification system that refers to the periodic table of the chemical elements of Mendeleev. Each type of fish has been classified in a manner so as to become a new identification system. This new visual code has been reported in all the systems of labeling of fish, fresh and packaged. With a dedicated application, framing the element will be able to deepen their knowledge of the product in terms of traceability, and nutritional characteristics of the species, thus allowing the consumer the full knowledge of the product which is generally reserved for the seller.

Designed by Stefania Borasca











































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One thought on “Liska fish labeling system by Stefania Borasca

  1. Seth Waite says:

    Love the labeling design for fish. An interesting concept for sure.

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