Red Dot Design Award
Social Campaign

Food Dyeing Lab

Food Dyeing Lab | Red Dot Design Award

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Fruit and vegetable peel is often disregarded in a sense that it is simply thrown away. The Food Dyeing Lab shows an alternative by using the peel of onions, grapes, and dragon fruits as well as corn husk and coffee beans to dye fabrics. A special toolbox has been developed to present the natural dyes as part of a public awareness campaign. The neat look of the packaging, vivid graphics and, most of all, creative hands-on experience help promoting the advantages of the sustainable dyeing method.

Red Dot Design Award

[Red Dot: Junior Award]
Credits
  • University:
    Cheng Shiu University, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
  • Design:
    Wan-Chien Chuang Yun-Rui Tsai Pei-Shan Tsai Wen-Yu Chen Yun-Shuan Chang Cheng Shiu University
Food Dyeing Lab | Red Dot Design Award
Food Dyeing Lab | Red Dot Design Award