Here’s something you never thought of before. Labels that double up as band-aids. Two designers got together and observed that after you take a vaccine or a shot, instead of a band-aid or a cotton swab, you could just have the vaccine bottle label double up as not just a band-aid, but also as a tag that can let medical personnel know what injection you may have taken. The label comes in three layers, a protective upper film, the printed label, and the cushion pad. Just peel off the label from the vial and place it on the injected spot, cushion pad downwards.
Another neat feature is the printed label that disappears in a matter of time, leaving a complete white sticker when you need to take it off and dispose of it. Ingenious AND indicative!
Designers: Bang Dae-in, and Park Jin-kyeong.