Using duct tape to
fix your designs.

MacGyver would be proud.

It happened during my internship at Rosebud, Inc. I was working on this promotional package for Diesel Records, who supplied a lot of fantastic artwork. My colleague Tom and I went through various drafts and decided the package was lacking something. It was late and the package had to be finished by tomorrow.

When all seemed lost, I saw some duct tape lying around on my messy intern-table. I stayed for a few more hours, casually scanning duct tape. Pro tip: Don’t tape your scanner. The next day we spiced up the package with our duct tape images.


Client: Diesel / Agency: Rosebud, Inc.
Roles: Graphic Design, Packaging Design

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