LOGIN TIME EXPIRES AFTER 180 MINUTES OF INACTIVITY
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MILK CARTON
surface graphics design
activities
Aside from protecting the milk, the
carton serves as a vehicle through which
the manufacturer can communicate with
the consumer. The carton is also
utilized as a marketing tool designed to
attract attention at the store.

The purpose of the surface graphics on
a carton is -
        to get the product noticed,
        to make it appealing,
        to make it stand out, and
        to inform the audience.

Who is the audience?
What will appeal to them?
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   WANT AN 'ABSOLUTELY
   FABULOUS' ACTIVITY TO
   OCCUPY THE STUDENTS
   DURING THESE LAST FEW
   WEEKS?
   If they have access to
   computers, your students
   will have great fun (and a
   great learning experience)
   
designing one or more
   milk cartons online
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STUDENT WORK
Thank you Craig for 2 examples of work
COMIC BOOK COVERS
using
THREE POINT PERSPECTIVE
A 'VALUE-ADDED' ACTIVITY
CLICK HERE
includes more information about
THREE POINT PERSPECTIVE

Thank you Gillian for more work
PROMOTING YOUR SCHOOL
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A reminder to all members to please
email ONE IMAGE (jpg or gif only - no
larger than 500kb) of ONE student's
work
If easier, more appropriate and a black
and white image, fax it to (03) 9878
1100


2005 VCE EXAM
answers
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