Earlier this month we looked at food packages that featured depictions of open mouths—usually animals. (See: Looking Into the Mouth of Food Packaging)
Coromega Kid’s Fish Oil Supplements come in a carton, which—(if opened properly)—forms a jaw-like hinged-lid pack. Following the fanciful logic of animal mascots, the animals representing the two flavors of the product (orange and lemon-lime) are a tiger and a frog. (Not a fish.) Credited for creative direction: Thomas Dooley and Jonathan Schoenberg. Designed and illustrated by Sylvia Suh.
Coincidentally there was a column in the science section of today’s NY Times on the possible health benefits of fish oil with omega-3 fatty acids. (see: Fish Versus Flax)
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