a-maze paper lets you peel away envelope for juicy mail series a-maze paper lets you peel away envelope for juicy mail series
nov 04, 2013

a-maze paper lets you peel away envelope for juicy mail series

a-maze paper lets you peel away envelope for juicy mail series
all images courtesy of a-maze paper




influenced by the forms and beauty of fruit ‘a-maze paper’ have created this series of peeling envelopes. ‘juicy mail’ consists of four sets of gift cards that can be opened through uniquely detailed perforations in the same motion that fruit is peeled. the novelty gift cards are a surprising experience for people when receiving a unique message.



the ‘juicy mail’ series of peeling envelopes



‘juicy mail’ apple – envelope and card



the envelope is peeled away to reveal the ‘juicy mail’ apple card



‘juicy mail’ banana set



peeling away the ‘juicy mail’ envelope just like a real banana



‘juicy mail’ orange envelope and card



opening envelope the same way an orange is peeled



‘juicy mail’ watermelon set


opening ‘juicy mail’ watermelon



process instructions



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  • please how to get hold of those juices envelops?

    MMatias says:
  • Are there retail outlets? These are very clever.

    Rosemary Bockman says:

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