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My doggie eating the snow, being gross.
therealscumbagsteve said: Hahaha ya ya ya. C 's got tired. Lol
Hahah can’t keep up yo. It was a little sad
Hello. I am a box of water.
Before I knew about the positive social and environmental impacts of Boxed Water brand drinking water, which are impressive, I was lured in by the packaging. The visual appeal of the comes from the eye-catching typography, unexpected negative space, and B&W scheme. Simple and pure design for simple and pure water.
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With a package that is more sustainable than plastic bottles, they’ll be giving away 20% of all profits. 10% to world water relief and 10% to reforestation foundations.
“Started with the simple idea of creating a new bottled water brand that is kinder to the environment and gives back a bit – we found that it shouldn’t be bottled at all, but instead, boxed. So we looked to the past for inspiration in the century old beverage container and decided to keep things simple, sustainable, and beautiful. About 90% of the Boxed Water container is made from a renewable resource, trees, that when harvested in a responsible, managed, and ethical way serve as an amazing renewable resource that benefits the environment even as it’s renewed. Our carbon footprint is dramatically lower as our boxes are shipped flat to our filler and filled only as demand is created, opposed to most bottled water companies that ship their empty bottles across the globe to be filled, then shipped back for consumption. The flat, unfilled boxes we can fit on 2 pallets, or roughly 5% of a truckload, would require about 5 truckloads for empty plastic or glass bottles. Our cartons can also be broken down to their original flat state, are recyclable in most areas, and will be everywhere shortly. We’re also giving 20% of our profits back to the resources our product is composed of – water and trees. Not only does it simply make sense, but we really enjoy supporting water and forestation organizations as it’s part of our company’s ethos and way of thinking to give back and participate. All that and an over-arching focus on simple and beautiful design that compliments our brand as well as the spaces it’s sold and consumed in.”
Of all the crazy hipster stuff I’ve come across and tried to make sense of, this one is actually a pretty great idea. Love it.
Doggie Photo Shoot with Mark Whalberg Jr.