Akila packaging by Evan Tolleson

May 31st, 2016 by retail design blog

Akila partners with local artists and artisans in Cameroon to create a sense of community and offer an international platform for their artwork. One of a kind, hand made products are distributed at a Manhattan storefront and all proceeds go back to the artist and their country. Akila is a monochromatic brand to remind us that no matter where we are from, our creative purpose is the same — to make and to give.

Designed by Evan Tolleson
(Student project)





















http://www.evantolleson.com

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