The world is not fair. Especially the world enclosed within the four walls of the shower cabin. For years now, men have been fighting for space for their toiletries in the shower, where the best spots are reserved for collections of the shampoos, conditioners, peelings and lotions of their wives and girlfriends. Usually, they give up this uneven battle and find a place for their toiletries on the floor. Gekko packaging is here to change that.
Gekko is a brand of shampoos and body gels. The key element of the project is a system for mounting the packaging on shower surfaces, which makes the product independent of shelves. Inspired by the physiognomy of a gecko, the system of suction cups integrated with the packaging allows the shampoo or gel to be quickly and intuitively placed in the most convenient part of the shower cabin.
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