Ronqueo of Grilled
Tuna on Coal

Yes, you can also stick it on your refrigerator door!

A magnet instead of a label. And a puzzle instead of a fish in parts.

The challenge was to design labels that conveyed the idea that inside each of the six cans were different parts of a tuna—like pieces of a puzzle. The additional task was to make each part easily identifiable


The label of Ronqueo de Atún a las Brasas Güeyumar is a die-cut magnet, like the puzzles for the doors of refrigerators. In this way, not only solves the explanation of the product concept in a simple way, but also, is the first label we know that is held by magnetism instead of glue.

Scroll to Top