TrueCoffee coffee and bakery with high-speed internet in a cozy and modern atmosphere. When they expanded their range to include items like hot dogs, Subconscious co. reinterpreted the word ‘hot dog’ and created this lovely dachshund.
Graphic design and poster printing team Aesthetic Apparatus have their 10 year exhibition and art show 1 year late - showing the entire month of June, 2010 at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Sad to have missed the "Three stars bomb!" candles designed by Ted Noten for the "Saved by Droog" event in Milan. These bomb shaped candles light up to slowly reveal three hidden bronze stars. Nice ephemeral packaging!
The term “Devil’s Weed” was used by the Spanish Inquisition to discourage the use of tobacco. Based on this rich history, Rockit Science Agency took an old world approach to the design and development of this new cigar line.
Marmeled are not jam spreads, but jar shaped lamps from Laura Menichelli and Gianluca Ruocco Guadagno of Studio Semika. Stained gel is illuminated with LEDs, powered by batteries hidden in the lid, creating diffused lighting.
Jawbone ICON's packaging ~ there's something so lovely about how they actually gave credit to the effort of the packaging designers on the package! And it is truly incredible! See the details! Also the bendy cable...
Commemorating 125 years of design and development by the US Playing Card Company, the Bicycle 125: Anniversary Edition feature a distinctive, vintage aesthetic and a signature metallic foil design on a special edition tuck case.
A close up look at Oakley x Mambo Antix ~ an amazing artist collab on too many levels... the toy that holds sunglasses concept, the artwork, the way the packaging opens is magical too! See the details and video!
Champion Papers produced this colourful packaging designs in 1968 to promote their papers. The packaging was a simple & brightly colored label, to quickly tell the customer that the food inside is superior.
Wayne Anderson (aka Killibinbin) set up a new boutique winery, Tupelo. The branding uses a simple photographic underwater imagery, of an Elvis inspired character, surrounded by the flood waters of the king’s home town.