While researching Converse packaging for my previous post, I found this clever concept package by Ronny Poon: a triangular box for baby-sized Chuck Taylor All Stars. The box is held closed by a shoelace bow. According to Poon’s web site
fun package for toddlers’ Converse shoes. It helps improve children’s
motor skills by allowing the child to lace-up the box. When 5 boxes are
collected they can be placed together to form the Converse star.
Nice example of a close-packaging polyhedral package. And I like that business with the laced up box closure. Not sure whether this shoe box could really assist
in early childhood development, although acquiring 5 pairs of Chuck
Taylors at such a young age might help a child grow up to become this guy.