GrAphrodite - GrAphic Design by Naomi Devil

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Babes Papes proudly presents Rille Fix custom designed premium rolling papers.
Babes Papes are premium custom made rolling papers for premium customers with individual demands.
 
Rille Fix is the modern version of Winston Wolfe (a.k.a. The Wolf) the special character from the movie Pulp Fiction. You got a problem that needs to get solved?! Rille is gonna fix it for you!
Specializing mainly in electronic articles like cell phones, laptops, hard disks, tablets, etc, Rille Fix can also handle problems that should stay under the radar, almost like The Wolf.
 
We are delighted to work with such a passionate artist and problem solver. Our close collaboration resulted in this beautiful Custom Papes edition, which was designed by our beloved friend and beautiful artist Graphrodite.
 
text from: http://www.babespapes.com/ 

 

This design has been selected to be published in the 200Best Packaging Design 2017/2018 by Lürzer's Archive :

http://www.luerzersarchive.com/

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