The packaging is made out of hand-made recycled paper, and dyed with crepe-paper, food colouring and coloured cardboard. The labels are made out of recycled paper. All of the boxes are made with tea inside the paper, which gives the box a magnificent smell of its flavour. Each box is made in the exact same […]
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Lix 3D pen enables you to doodle in the air. This professional tool offers you the comfort and pushes your creativity to another level. Want to create what you imagine? How about writing and drawing without paper? Writing and drawing in the air is now possible with LIX, a 3D printing pen! This extraordinarily professional […]
Wine Awakenings is popular with sommeliers, culinary experts and wine lovers, and the company sought to offer a series of wine aroma kits designed to enhance one’s ability to identify the aromas found in wine. We created the new identity to reflect the sensory experience of wine tasting and scenting. The illustrative style became a […]
Sophisticated city slicker: Created by the Berlin-based designer Mark Braun, this watch combines the highest precision with urbane elegance. As delicate as the nib of a fine fountain pen, its hands tell the time with grace. The dial with a date, power reserve indicator, and clear minute indexes is reminiscent of a precise measuring device, […]
Ever wonder what typefaces your favorite designers have been using lately? I reached out to 41 of the most talented and influential designers in our industry and asked them to list their top 3 current favorite typefaces. I specifically asked for current favorites rather than all-time favorites — I thought that would make the results […]
The concept of Cure is based on the premise that people go to bars as a de-stresser; a remedy of sorts. Cure is a place where people go to unwind & mingle, no loud, cheesy music– just good food & drinks in a more intimate setting; a weekly fix via CURE BAR & RESTO – Identity on Behance.
Sony, Record player Flamingo PS-F9, 1982. Via Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich. via Sony, Record player Flamingo PS-F9, 1982. Via… – Design is fine. History is mine..
Bradley and Art Nouveau in America William Henry Bradley was born in Boston on 10 July 1868. As a child he received his only formal art training from his father, a cartoonist for the Daily Item. After his father died the family moved to Chicago where became a printer’s devil2 for the Iron Agitator newspaper […]
Some icons are so commonplace that we’ve come to not think twice about them—until they’re changed. One such image undergoing a makeover is the ‘International Symbol of Access’, commonly known as the ‘Wheelchair Symbol’. There’s no doubt that the existing icon is easily recognizable; the problem, especially for the people it is supposed to represent, is […]
Multinational Typeface Much has been written and said about the needs of our global economy. In fact: heated debates have and are still taking place about the dichotomy of global vs. local. Here’s our take on it all: when you set up a new hub to work with the rest of the world, it kind […]