GIFT WRAP

The first use of gift wrap was documented in ancient China, where paper was invented in the 2nd century BC.  Later, the Hall brothers, founders of Hallmark Cards, popularized the idea in the early 20th century.  Today, it denotes an extra level of caring and personalization when gift giving.  Together with a gift note, a wrapped gift represents the highest level in presentation.  So put away those gift bags and opt for a gift-wrapped present next time you want to show someone you really care.  The beautiful gift wrap designs below will make any recipient think twice before ripping it off the package!  Well done Digital Design 1 designers!

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Lucia
Lucia
Juan
Juan

Lucia G-R. ('24)

Juan EG. ('25)

Jack S.
Jack
Desi P.
Desi

Jack S. ('26)

Desi P. ('26)

Carlos C
Carlos
Scott M.
Scott

Carlos C. ('25)

Scott M. ('24)

Damon D.
Damon
Cristian A.
Cristian

Damon D. ('24)

Cristian A. ('25)

Natalia J.
Natalia
Mia R.
Mia

Natalia J. ('24)

Mia R. ('24)

Oscar G.
Oscar
Nyle N.
Nyle

Oscar G. ('24)

Nyle W. ('25)

William P.
William
Thomas A.
Thomas A.

William P. ('25)

Thomas A. ('26)

Mauricio M.
Rafael N.
Mauricio M
Rafael N.

Mauricio M. ('24)

Rafael N. ('24)

Adrian L.
Afonso BdC.
Adrian L.
Afonso BdC.

Adrian L. ('26)

Afonso BdC ('26)

Alberto E.
Matilde B.
Matilde B.
Alberto E.

Alberto E. ('25)

Matilde B. ('25)

Felipe C.
 Jackson G.
Jackson G.
Felipe C.

Felipe C. ('26)

Jackson G. ('24)

Diogo BdC
Lorenzo J.L.
Diogo BdC.

Diogo BdC ('24)

Lorenzo J.L. ('24)

Chris S.
Valentina R.
Chris S.

Chris S. ('25)

Valentina R. ('24)

Otto H.
Peyton P.
Peyton P.
Otto H.

Otto H. ('25)

Peyton P. ('25)

Chase C.
Eva A.
Eva A.
Chase C.

Chase C. ('26)

Eva A. ('26)

Eduardo K.
Eduardo K.
Christopher P.

Eduardo K. ('24)

Christopher P. ('25)

* All digital mockups were created by Mr. Funes to show how students' designs could be used on

  commercial products.  They were not physically produced or for sale.

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