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Ka Wai Tsun BonBonne Nuit Candy Packaging
BonBonne Nuit Candy Packaging is Iron Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 Packaging Design Award Category.
BonBonne Nuit Candy Packaging

The concept behind BonBonne Nuit is to let their customers to have a taste of their own lucid dreams. In French, bon bon means candy, and bonne Nuit means good night. Therefore, the two French words combined together become the brand name, BonBonne Nuit. The design of the packages uses a montage style that brings together surrealistic elements. Since lucid dreams are controllable, the stories of each package are suggestive of the desires people most likely would have. Moreover, the conceptual names of each product are meant to trigger imaginative sceneries in customers' heads.

BonBonne Nuit Candy Packaging
Ka Wai Tsun BonBonne Nuit
Ka Wai Tsun Candy Packaging
Ka Wai Tsun design
Ka Wai Tsun design
Ka Wai Tsun

Rae Tsun is a graphic designer and illustrator who, with her creative style, enjoys creating quirky and fascinating designs and illustrations. She is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. After graduating from LaSalle College Vancouver in Graphic Design, her main focus now is to become a more professional designer and allow her works and unique style to be seen widely. In 2020, her personal project, 'BonBonne Nuit,' received two honourable mentions from the RGD Student Awards, for the SLD Award for Packaging Design (Series) and the Haft2 Award of Colour. She believes our greatest adversary is our own thoughts.The courage to battle unnecessary and negative thoughts and to get back up no matter how far we fall is the key to success. This is also why she had never considered giving up graphic design because she believes in her ability to succeed.

Ka Wai (Rae), Tsun

Rae is a graphic designer and illustrator who, with her creative style, enjoys creating quirky and fascinating designs and illustrations. She graduated from LaSalle College Vancouver with a Diploma in Graphic Design in 2020. Now, her main aim is to become a more professional designer and allow her works to be seen widely.