As a designer, you may sometimes wonder how useful it is to publish concept designs on the Internet. Of course, you get to display your skills and build a portfolio, but will it just disappear in the depth of the Internet or will it have a use at all?
This design by a wallnut seller is the proof that good surprises can happen and a concept design can be used in a real-life context. Constantin Bolimont, a Belarus graphic designer, published this design on Behance, the popular portfolio platform by Adobe. It played with the nut hoarding habit of squirrels to create a packaging that is both practical and playful. The wallnut seller mentioned above like it and bought the design.