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MIN JUNG HUH SENIOR THESIS 1 PAUL CARLOS FALL 2011 PUCD4205F / CRN5339


STRUCTURE

DIMENSION : 9in X 4¾in

: BUILDING A TISSUE BOX FROM A SINGLE SHEET OF PAPER

∙ USING THE MECHANISM OF PAPER FOLDING WITH NO ADHESIVE ENABLES THE EASY DISASSEMBLE OF PACKAGING AS WELL AS ITS DISPOSAL

∙ PACKAGING TURNS INTO A PAPER NAPKIN WHEN IT IS ALL USED [PACKAGING TISSUE WITH NAPKIN] WHICH LEAVES NO WASTE PACKAGING BEHIND

DIMENSION : 17in X 17in


TEMPLATE : ASIAN ELEPHANT


TEMPLATE : SUMATRAN TIGER


TEMPLATE : SUMATRAN ORANGUTAN


WHY THESE ANIMALS? Asian Elephants, Sumatran tigers and Sumatran orangutans are the critically endangered animals due to habitat loss and its main cause is the excessive logging. People usually don’t associate the endangered animals and tissue so i want people to rethink about what other things that cost to make tissue. It costs more than just a tree and forests. It also threatens animals’ life by destroying their home and the food chain in the forest eco-system. Through these packaging, I want encourages people to use recycled tissue, to have less impact on animals and forests.


INSIDE OF THE PACKAGING : INFOGRAPHIC POSTER

PROCESS FOSSIL FUEL

WATER

POLLUTION

SU ULFUR OXIDE U DE DES NITTROGEN OOXXIDES

W WASTEWAT T TER WATER RP POLLUTION U

AIR POLLUTION

EUTROPHICATION

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ACID RAIN IN

SOx NOx CO2

pH SOIL ACIDIFICATION

O3

OZON LAYER

HABITAT LOSS HAB OSS END NDANGERED ANIMA ND MAL MA

GLOBAL WARMING

HABITAT FRAGMENTATION

+ R

FO DE

LANDFILL

CLI

N

O ATI EST

CH4

METHANE GAS

DROUGH HT H FOREST FFIRE

MA TE

CH

ANG E

PAPER

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