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Agency: Afterhours Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: PurearthLocation: London, England, UKPackaging Materials: Kraft card & twine stringAdditional Credits: Kelly Bennett, Moyra Casey, Chris McDonald Strategy, branding, packaging and tone of voice for Purearth Cleanse Ltd.Launched into the UK juicing market, two years ago, in that short time they have seen great success, rising from a small, exclusively online cleanse programme provider to become one of the the most popular and recommended functional juice and detox brands in London and the south of England.However as Purearth has grown, so has the competition. The Purearth founders knew they needed to review their brand strategy and execution in order to strengthen their presence and distinction, take their story to a wider audience and deliver a brand that matched their ambitions. That’s where we came in!The first step was developing a compelling brand idea that captured their point of difference. The next, a creative concept that had the power to transition all the brand’s touch points and comms channels. One with the cut-through and emotion to engage a new audience.The new identity elevates their bottle tags from a functional packaging feature to a core brand asset. The tag becoming the vehicle to deliver the creative hook- the juices as a ‘gift from the earth’.The tag and its loving messages to its recipient forms the central branding concept- speaking to the customer on shelf and engaging cleanse clients during their personal programmes. It becomes the canvas for communications and promotions too. Limited editions for events and partners play with the visual language of the tag, becoming a 'designer label' for London Fashion Week shows or a ‘VIP badge’ for festival partnerships. It also become a physical ‘hash tag’ to roll out across social media highlighting their super food ingredients and benefits.The whole concept is designed to cause maximum disruption and engagement. Driving affinity and advocacy with loyalists and also introducing the benefits of their super juices to the uninitiated. The redesign has helped secure new distribution, listings and investment and has given the business a new voice in the market place.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Designers: Coline Kupiec, Angélique Lemaître, Camille Boulestin, Ronan BrishoualProject Type: Student ProjectSchool: École de Design Nantes AtlantiqueCourse: Packaging, Alcoholic BeveragesTutor: Paul Vickers, Nathalie TemplierLocation: Nantes, FrancePackaging Material: CardboardOne week packaging workshop with Paul Vickers.The project was to designing a innovative packaging for wines of Val de Loire.In groups of four, we chose a white wine, which is very special : «Savennière, éclat de schist». This wine is grown in a land with a lot of schale and it colours looks like gold.We wanted to make a packaging for young adult who want to discover a good wine in a individual or collective way. The name «Mue», in french means «shoulh» to reflect the mutation between rustic to sophistication.The packaging in PVC refleat this transformation with the white strantum who reveal more and more the wine.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Designer: Annie UnruhProject Type: Student ProjectSchool: Chapman UniversityCourse: Advanced TypographyTutor: Dave MateaLocation: Orange, CA, USAPackaging Materials: Glossy paper, metallic inkUnruh Brewing Company gets its heritage from the Unruh family. The package design is inspired by the patriarch of the family, Jack, who was a chemical engineer for years. Using this as the starting point, different chemical compounds in beer were used to illustrate each variety of beer. Humulone, a chemical in hops, was used on the pale ale because of its hoppy flavor. The stout featured maltoriose, a chemical present in malt. The brown ale features a chemical compound from barley. The labels also feature metallic inks that are eye catching, and correspond to the color of each variety of beer.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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A Cerebral Canvas Celebration of this most unique of days. While Pi is a constant, each of its numbers animates across time and space creating playful patterns of color, creative and chords.
 


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After collaborating with Banana Republic on its Spring collection, the popular ‘Hot Dudes Reading’ Instagram account has partnered Vogue to promote the fashion magazine’s recommended Spring reads. These pictures of handsome men toting quality reading material might just inspire you to c...
 


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To show how smiling is sometimes the best thing to do in an awkward situation, mouthwash brand Listerine has unveiled a series of humorous print ads highlighting this fact of life. The ads depict funny and uncomfortable (and uncomfortably funny) moments that most of us can relate to, such as ...
 


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Did you notice the range hood/exhaust in the photo below? Probably not, because the designer, Steffani Aarons, placed shelving on either side, and as a result, it just blends into the scene instead of awkwardly standing out like so many of the range ...
 


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“Zła uczennica” is a collaborative series between photographer Magdalena Franczuk and Ashkan Honarvar, who is known for his rich surreal collages. The name of the series translates to “The Bad Schoolgirl” and draws its inspiration from coming-of-age stories such as Lolita. Lush blossoms and … Continue reading → The post Surreal Anatomical Photo Collages Of Growing Up appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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If you like reading, or you just simply have a fondness for inspirational quotes, then writer and artist Kate Gavino’s Instagram is the social media feed you should be following. The Brooklyn-based creative attends literary events and illustrates her experience. The result is the Instagr...
 


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You might have seen NYC’s recent courtesy campaign that features subway etiquette ads like “Poles Are For Your Safety, Not Your Latest Routine” and “Keep Your Stuff To Yourself”. Art director Chad O’Connell from Brooklyn, New York, has decided to make them even better by featuring...
 


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Ever been in the situation where you were scrolling through your social media feed and a notification pops up, indicating that your phone is running low on its battery? Distractify understands that scenario all too well, so it decided to come up with ‘14 iPhone Notifications You Actually N...
 


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When do you use smart quotes and when do you dumb ones? How do you type these symbols and punctuation marks from your keyboard? Fret not—typography resource Typewolf, by Colorado-based designer Jeremiah Shoaf, has all the answers you need. From various keyboard shortcuts for both Mac ...
 


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Actress-comedian Sarah Silverman’s recent tweet has some men up in arms. She retweeted an image detailing ‘10 Rape Prevention Tips’, which appears to originate from a blog post dated a couple of years ago. The list turns the spotlight on perpetrators instead of the conventional focus...
 


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Norwegian artist Wenche Lise Fossland has created a series of beautiful origami animals in whimsical scenes made from everyday objects. Wenche Lise first started making origami when she was inspired by an origami lamp she saw in France, two years ago on a family holiday—she told Instagram, ...
 


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The truth is that you don't have to be a huge, well-known brand to make it big on Instagram. We've previously shown you how to create the perfect Instagram profile and how to increase your Instagram engagement. The following infographic by Issa Asad shows you how to get your brand's Inst...
 


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Star Wars fans, you may want to check out these character head lamps by 3DLightFX. These three-dimensional heads come with concealed LED lights that will emit a soft glow, doubling as decorations for the walls, while also serving as mood lighting for the room. These lights come with a deca...
 


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This chocolate packaging helps New Yorkers get to know their metro backyard a little better. The project called ‘Five Boros Chocolate’ is by Pratt Institute student Nel Sparkman and wraps high quality chocolate in pretty screen printed maps of the five different boroughs—Manhattan, Que...
 


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Full of expressive, wild colorful brushstrokes and heavy layering and textures, Philip Hinge puts on a show of his playful sense of humor and confidence. Intentionally flirting with the line between ‘good art’ and ‘bad art’ in his exhibition Don’t … Continue reading → The post Painter Philip Hinge Tests The Meaning Of ‘Bad Taste’ appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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Starbucks is celebrating the 20th birthday of its signature frozen beverage with a limited edition ‘Birthday Cake Frappuccino’. The birthday cake flavored drink is made by blending together vanilla bean and hazelnut Frappuccino flavors, and topping it off with a yummy raspberry-infused p...
 


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Image: Aaron Bowersock If you’re a creative, you’ll know that it takes a lot of blood, sweat and tears to create something you can be proud of, from conceptualization to finished product—oftentimes, the process can be exhaustive and grueling. To make your creative endeavors easier, Creat...
 


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Murphy's piping hot pies fresh out of the oven are packaged in cardboard boxes printed with a black and white photograph overlayed with scripted type. 
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] We have previously featured a LEGO record player by Netherlands-based artist Anika Brandsma. Now Korean LEGO enthusiast Hayarobi has created his own fully functional record player out of LEGO bricks. The awesome creation called ‘The Pla...
 


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Image via Facebook video screenshot This insanely detailed arm tattoo made by UK tattoo artist Tony Booth of DABS Tattoo creates an amazing three-dimensional illusion of layers peeling off from the skin. Using repetitive patterns to form the design on the entire arm, the bigger hexagon shape...
 


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According to graphic designer Graham Humphreys, B-movie posters have "no shame, coyness, or embarrassment", they are free of censorship or dignity and demand to be seen. Humphreys has worked on UK campaigns for B-movies Basket Case, The Evil Dead and A Nightmare On Elm Street. Website Creati...
 


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How do you brush your teeth? An odd question but apparently there's a more natural way using miswaks, a natural toothbrush picked from the tree ‘Salvadora persica’, which is also known as the ‘Peelu’ tree or ‘Arak’ in Arabic.
 


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Bangkok-based creative Spider Money creates gorgeous work that are made from thousands of tiny dots and a great attention to detail. Her technique is to apply minuscule marks onto paper using a Micron pen, repeating the tedious motion until her drawing takes on a shaded form. She creates pho...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] If you have ever dreamt of flying as a kid, this awesome simulator might just be the answer to your childhood dreams. ‘Birdly’ is a full-body simulator that lets you experience and recreate the flight of the red kite bird. Developed by ...
 


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Montana-based illustrator Russell Walks, previously featured for his Star Wars propaganda posters, has returned with a new collection of posters that reimagined the franchise as cheesy romance novels and movies. In his posters, Walks featured lead characters Han Solo and Princess Leia as love...
 


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Agency: Ampro Design ConsultantsCreative Partner: Irinel IonescuClient Service Director: Mihaela DumitrescuSenior Account Executive: Alexandru PătruSenior Designer: Lehel Mór MakóJunior Designer: Viorica Pintilie, Raluca PopanDTP & Prepress Specialist: Adrian GarganciucProject Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: Sensiblu, Ad PharmaLocation: Bucharest, Romania Packaging Material: Cardboard The brief:Creating a new brand for a line of premium quality medicines: OTC +MA Packaging : Premium, professional look => emphasizing trust &competence, yet accessible Values: Responsibility, Seriousness, Competence, Compassion Personality: Empathetic, Trustworthy, Strong, Efficient Tone: Honest; Direct; Personal Language: Assertive; Empathetic; Assume intelligence; Make it easy The idea:"Is there a doctor in the house?”Create a person, "the Doctor in the house”: Dr. Hart. Friendly, yet competent, easy to recognize and reliable.The white Doctor robe ensures a great shelf block and a very good visibility for the brand.In contrast with the clean white robe, we’ve used the neck tie as a good element to differentiate the products in the range. The freedom is to use as many colors as many products, and... when the colors are not enough, we can play with different patterns on the tie.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Designer: Alexandre PietraProject Type: Student Project School: ERACOM Location: SwitzerlandPackaging Material: Kraft paperThe Nordic is a visual identity created for a scandinavian Food Truck.The food consists only of salty and sweet smørrebrøds (open sandwiches).The design and the colors direct result of Nordic design. A simple, clean, and quality universe was the aim here. Black elements found in all the applications are designed to give a graphic line in the project and "break" the clean side. The Norwegian language is sometimes used in applications for travel consumers. Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Designer: Denis KalininProject Type: ConceptLocation: Moscow, RussiaLove Is The Only GoldContemporary art is about quoting. Love is quoting. Love is the only gold. Thus, gold equals love. The theorem, or if you wish, Ouroboros. The same as love is. Your love is your gold. Sparkling wine with bubbles floating upwards, like the refined conversation, like the sparkling party. Love is the only gold.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Anmahian Winton Architects have designed a contemporary home for a family in Cambridge, Massachusetts. continue reading...
 


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Brand concept: Raimonda Kirpliukaitė & Edvardas KavarskasLogo & package design: Edvardas KavarskasPhotography: Kernius Pauliukonis Postproduction: Robertas GaudiešiusProject Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: Biržų duonaLocation: Vilnius, Lithuania Packaging Materials: Carton, Plastic Sucré – is not a brand. This is something very personal, emotional and sincere. It is an area of a cosmopolitan woman. She is educated and confident. Refined, but also not afraid to be flirtatious like the fashion world. Confectionery and fashion is the only weaknesses, which she allows to enjoy herself openly. It is not surprising that this experience of taste is accompanied by the slogan “taste-à-porter” the art of living tasty. And the axiom “less is more” has high standards in the world of pastry and is added in a sense “less, but tastier”.Over the past few years, small and colorful macaron cookies became popular in Lithuania. So we started telling the story of Sucré confectionery exactly from them. The collection of Sucré macarons consists of three lines of flavors. Classic flavors: champagne & brown sugar, pistachio with chopped nuts, sweet tonka beans. Fruit tastes: refreshing lemon, juicy strawberry & thyme, exotic passion fruit. Floral tastes: dizzy lavender, cool mint, sweet lilac.We started building packages using the case study and the searches of appropriate construction of macarons. Confectionery is mostly shared with friends or it must be considered as a gift. It is important that the process of unpacking turned into an adventure, to make part-used cookies convenient to store on the table, and the rest of the package to remain attractive. That is how we came up with the idea of a double packaging solution which looks like two-layered dresses.We have developed individual and associative the schedule of geometric shapes for three packaging lines corresponding to different lines of colors and flavors of macarons. This design was inspired mainly by the artists of suprematism and constructivism whose influence is felt in abstract art in later times, including – minimalism and especially the currents of contemporary fashion.Seeking the additional sensory experiences, special attention was paid to board which also has its effects of coloring and printing. White minimal packaging has a difficulty in achieving a pleasant touch and effect of visibly attractive uniform surface. In cooperation with the publishing house we discovered the possibility to cover the packaging in coarse texture hybrid lacquer. It was chosen on a bright Pantone colors for the graphic elements. Some graphic elements, which do not change, were additionally applied by a high-gloss, making the logo and the taste of the line prominent referring to the embossed circle.Finally, in order to strengthen the emotional connection with customers, we wrote a letter on behalf of the Sucré. We printed it on translucent paper and put into a box as a small feminine secret.Sucré macarons was launched in September 2014.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] In these attention-grabbing ads for carpet cleaning company Rug Doctor, several couples talk about how many times they “do it” a year. Before you get carried away with dirty thoughts, it’s revealed that they’re actually referring to ho...
 


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Motion graphic reel for movie Ender’s Game
 


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Director AG Rojas returns with his first video in two years and it’s a masterpiece. “Close Your Eyes” features vocals by Run the Jewels’ New York City-based artist EI-P and Atlanta-based rapper Killer Mike as well as Zack de la Rocha (Rage Against the Machine).A young black man (Keith Stanfield) and a police officer (Shea Whigham) wrestle each other to the point of exhaustion in this brutal, poetic clip. This may be one of the most important music videos of the year considering the divisive outcomes of recent police brutality cases. The visuals provide a poignant reminder that violence is futile.Watch “Close Your Eyes” below.View the whole post: Video of the Day: Run The Jewels “Close Your Eyes” Directed by AG Rojas over on BOOOOOOOM!.
 


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The creative brains at Studio Nos, one of the premiere independent stop motion animation studios in New York City has teamed up with Action Cam by Sony in The Picture Machine, an incredibly delicious collision between technology and on of the … Continue reading → The post Sponsored Post: Technology And One Of The Oldest Forms Of Animation Collide In The Picture Machine appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] You might find ‘The Noun Project’ vaguely familiar—it was previously featured about five years ago. It has since reached its Kickstarter’s goals and achieved its aim of being an online library for symbols. This time, it has launched an...
 


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Talented calligrapher Sebastian Lester, whom we last featured here, has recently started to recreate well-known logos of international brands with his calligraphy pens. Just as he had done with his other pieces, he recorded the process of making these calligraphic logos and uploaded them onto...
 


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Pixar has announced that its 3D rendering software ‘RenderMan’ is now available for free download. The free download is restricted for non-commercial use on Mac, Windows and Linux—users who want to use it for commercial purposes have to license it for US$500. ‘RenderMan’ was used...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Taking inspiration from Amsterdam’s reputation as a drug-friendly city, local coffee brand Moyee has unveiled a funny ad featuring people tasting its coffee while stoned on cannabis. Created by Dutch agency 180 Amsterdam, the aptly titled
 


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Editing images in Photoshop, depending on its size and complexity, can take anything from minutes to hours. To help you save time, you could consider using Photoshop actions, which are really convenient for final spruces and touch-ups. We have compiled 10 awesome actions that you can use t...
 


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By now, you are probably familiar with the convenience that Keurig machines offers for coffee drinkers. Do you fancy having a similar, fuss-free machine that prepares a batch of Jell-O shots for you in minutes? ‘Jevo’ is a machine that automatically prepares up to 20 Jell-O shots for y...
 


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Based in the Netherlands, graphic designer Florian de Looij has perfected his craft in creating mind-bending geometric GIFs. Made with different patterns and striking colors, they’ll definitely leave you in amazement and awe. Check out some of his creations below, or click here to view m...
 


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Danish artist HuskMitNavn has created an amusing series of three-dimensional doodles filled with playful characters, whose antics and funny stories are bound to make you smile. For instance, you can expect to find a caterpillar “gnawing” away on a paper leaf, and an unfortunate man “han...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Image via Taz on Flickr Website io9 recently published an article about the mysterious ‘McBarge’, a floating McDonald’s restaurant that has been abandoned for 28 years. Originally constructed for the Expo 1986 in Vancouver, Canada, it w...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] YouTube comedy group NelkFilmz decided to prank customers in an Apple store. The quartet dressed up as Apple store employees and badmouthed its products, urging individuals to support Microsoft instead. Check out how the prank unfolds in t...
 


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Have you ever wondered why LEGO heads have a hole in them? Or why beer bottles are always dark brown? Website Cracked has come up with a list of 15 design features that you might not have noticed in objects that you use or see every day. Some brilliant examples include the hole in LEGO h...
 


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Are you a content creator? If you are, you might want to check out the following infographic by Quicksprout. Titled ‘The Ultimate Guide To Creating Visually Appealing Content’, this handy infographic points out tips and strategies to help you boost readership for your website or blog. ...
 


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In too many beer ads, women are portrayed in sexualized, objectified stereotypes—more often than not, they are scantily clad. In some cases, these ads not only seem to condone, but actually encourage sexual harassment. While such sexism is generally observable in all kinds of ads, it is par...
 


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Fashion brand Mr. Porter has recently gotten the help of fashionable dogs to promote its new spring collection. Instead of usingregular human models, the company looked to some of the most popular dogs on Instagram for fashion cues, and used their pictures to demonstrate how their latest mens...
 


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Lonneke Gordijn, Ralph Nauta and Jozeph Hendricks have created a really unique lamp here! The “Shylight” is made of silk and is designed to fall from the ceiling, blossoming like a flower as it goes. After a period of time it retracts and climbs back up towards the ceiling. Watch the video below!View the whole post: “Shylight” by Studio Drift over on BOOOOOOOM!.
 


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To show it support for all kinds of love, organic colored powder company Zim has created a series of striking and colorful ads. Covered in colored powder, the ads show three couples—including two from the LGBT community—kissing each other tenderly, with the tagline reading, “Love is col...
 


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Pure Organic, a leading brand of ultra-healthy bar-based snacks for people of all ages, came to BrandMade Design Co. looking to create packaging for a new bite-size snack. 
 


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Western Australia-based artist Kristie Williams has created a collection of fanciful headpieces shaped like an octopus. The ‘octopus fascinators’ are made using Styrofoam for its body, layered over with synthetic hair, and curled at the bottom for creating its luscious tentacles. The l...
 


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This new device is based on the theory that it helps to feel an emotional connection to your technology in order to form a new habit. According to Kayla Matheus, founder of MOTI, data from wearable technologies like fitness trackers are not enough. The cute little robot helps track behavior ...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] With Easter being right around the corner, you may already be looking forward to eating all those delicious chocolate eggs that come with the season. UK-based chocolate company Betty’s has produced a lovely video that shows how their huge Im...
 


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Designer: Ashley SwopeProduct Photography & Post Photo Production: Alisandra Pardo, Pratt '16Ceramic Assistance: Dulce Avila Romero, Montclair State '15Project Type: Student ProjectSchool: Pratt InstituteCourse: Senior ProjectLocation: Brooklyn, NY, USAPackaging Materials: Ceramic, poplar, rope, paper, cork, India ink Developed and branded a rum line that took the concept of a squid or sea creature further. I chose to name the brand Sea Stalker because giant squids stalk their prey while hunting. The label art is in a grotesque ink splatter style, to give the illusion of the creature inking on the label, creating the image. The whole brand concentrates on the creature stalking pirates. The label art demonstrates the event of hunting, while the handles of the jugs mimic the movement in the label. Each jug is hand made, so they are all one of a kind. Each one is also topped and sealed with a black ink soaked cork, tying back to the theme of the creature inking. I created cups as a promotional piece, resembling a dissection of a tentacle. The cups, as well as the jugs, are packaged in a wooden crate with the logo laser cut into the front. The handles of the boxes are interlocked nooses, referring to one of the labels, as well as the theme of death. All pieces of this project were hand made from the ceramic jugs and cups, to the wooden boxes.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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"Packaging with a unique personality is essential. Personality has the potential to show what is unique about a brand, and unfortunately this is often ignored due to the competitive nature of legibility and shelf shout."
 


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Written by Kristin Hillery, editor of Modernize.Getting new furniture and decorations is the best, and when they come in cool packages? Even better. Check out the best home decor and furniture packaging I’ve seen lately.1. Ovo High Chair by CuldeSacRead moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Agency: Squad InkCreative Direction: Matthew Squadrito, Terry SquadritoDesign/Finished Art: Christian Andree Photography: Janyon BoshoffProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: Archie Rose Distilling Co.Location: Sydney, AustraliaPackaging Materials: Custom Glass Bottle Mould, Timber & Cork Stopper, Full Body Wrapped Label, Neck LabelArchie Rose Distilling Co. is the first independent distillery of craft spirits in the City of Sydney since 1853. Archie Rose honours this rich history while offering Sydney-siders the chance to experience genuine grain-to-glass spirit production onsite with an incredible cocktail bar to boot.Squad Ink was engaged to brand, package and launch this incredible craft distillery and range of spirits, including a Dry Gin, Original Vodka and a White Rye.We opted for a heavy-weighted base, bullet style bottle that borrows its shape from the copper pot stills from which the gin, vodka and whisky flow. It’s a nod to the classic whisky bottles of the prohibition era in the United States – confident yet completely unpretentious. Of course, the specific bottle we sketched out didn’t exist as a stock bottle so we had a custom mould created. This opportunity allowed us to distribute more glass in specific areas, such as the neck and shoulder, making way for an authentic mottled glass appearance and heavy in-hand assertiveness. We also added a 360 degree recessed label indentation across the so that the full-wrapped belly label could be profiled as a hallmark design feature. We also embossed “Archie Rose Distilling Co.” out of the base of the bottle in the fashion of a craftsman’s mark – subtle and out of plain sight.Our approach for the label design is about honouring a ‘function led aesthetic’. Archie Rose is more than an alcohol brand it‘s a fully functional distillery with all products literally ‘made by hand’. More specifically, the production of the spirits from loading the various grain into the mash ton for fermentation to grinding and chopping botanicals to be loaded into the gin still is a very hands on process. Finally, the bottles are filled, capped, neck labelled and individually marked and signed. All aspects of the labels’ design and production have been considered to reinforce this truth. The success of the respective label design is a result of the carefully curated content that appears on them. Delivering this result required an in-depth understanding of spirit production at Archie Rose and the key ingredients used.We’ve created packaging that is not only beautiful to admire but also wonderfully detailed and intriguing in a way that it beckons you to sit down with it and explore every piece of information it offers.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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When Hernandez Architects designed the interior of this store that sells bathroom fixtures in Valencia, Spain, a whimsical sculpture of a splash of water passing through the glass window was included to get the attention of people passing on the stre...
 


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Image: BayRock Studios Creatives, you’re in luck. Pip Jamieson of creative community The Dots has compiled a collection of useful tips for building an outstanding portfolio. In an article for Creative Review, she highlights the importance of having both an online and physical portfolio, incl...
 


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Bruns Architecture have sent us some photos of their Rock River House in Rockton, Illinois. The home sits right on the edge of the property to provide a panoramic view of the river below. continue reading...
 


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Who Cares?! Design have shared some photos with us of their Ice Bed. To show the different stages of creating the bed, we have have split the photo galleries into three sections, the concept, the ‘making of’ and the end result. But first,...
 


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“Shadow” is a technological and artistic collaboration between design collective Rhizomatiks and dance troupe elevenplay. Featuring a dancer alongside three drones, “Shadow” feels like a cyberpunk performance from the future. It’s a surreal technodream of algorithmic and human elegance. The strobe … Continue reading → The post Shadow Is A Cyberpunk Dance Performance With Drones appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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If you’ve ever had troubles working with a coworker, you would probably be able to identify with this infographic by JobCluster. The infographic lists down 10 of the most hated types of employees, even bosses detest—it includes employees who are always missing the deadlines, and individu...
 


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Photographer Samantha Fortenberry’s colorful images reveal the pleasure of a good soak in the tub. Her aerial photos are part of an on-going series called Suds and Smiles, and it features people alone in their bathrooms. Naked, they revel in … Continue reading → The post Samantha Fortenberry’s Colorful Photos Of People Enjoying A Soak In The Tub appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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From magazines and posters to greeting cards and t-shirts, great illustrations can be found everywhere, but their goal is the same: to convey ideas and messages that words simply cannot describe. To commend these wonderful visuals, we present to you ‘Illustrators of the Week’, a weekly post w...
 


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Good news, designers! Product design platform UXPin is giving out a free eBook from its Web UI Design series. Titled ‘Web UI Design for the Human Eye: Content Patterns & Typography’, the eGuide includes useful information on “a content-first design approach, the F and Z patterns of c...
 


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Being your own boss might have its perks, but it is often easier said than done. An infographic created by UK-based financial service Unum features 42 ways on how you can be an awesome boss to your team. Find out if you have the key attributes found in a great boss, and get inspired by the...
 


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Argentinian artist Lorena Guzman brings beautiful and twisted fairy tales to life on a daily basis. Using polyester resins and hobby materials she creates haunting scenarios complete with intricate details that continue to be uncovered the closer you look. She … Continue reading → The post Lorena Guzman’s Fantastical Resin Sculptures Are Like Frozen Dark Fairytales appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] This short video filmed at Design Indaba in South Africa focuses on logos, and why people and designers are so interested in them. Graphic designer Michael Bierut of Pentagram starts out speaking about how all design is social, as it desires ...
 


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Sónar+D is the international conference for creativity and technology, designed to promote talent and business opportunities in the digital culture environment.
 


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Forest invites kids and adults alike to engage with a giant tactile colour mixer, with ‘spinner’ controls distributed across a 7 x 2 grid of custom-fabricated MDF panels. Built in collaboration between Micah Scott and a team at Ryerson University’s New Media Program, the interactive installation is currently showing at TIFF Kid’s digiPlaySpace. CAN goes behind the scenes to get a glimpse into this ambitious project’s conception and fabrication.
 


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Instagram user Spencer Cameron ‘wants to get back in the Instagram game’, so he decided to go on a week’s challenge imitating celebrities’ poses in posters, complete with similar get-up and hairstyles. Hashtagged with ‘#7DaysOfPosterPosing’, his amusing photos include popular figu...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Earlier this month we featured a mini frosted cake that was made in a tiny kitchen. The same creator, Japanese YouTube user Miniature Space has come up with a clip of himself making mini cheeseburgers in his tiny kitchen. He even melts the ch...
 


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Easter Sunday is just a little more than a week away and if you are out of ideas for decorating those eggs, the guys at Halloween Costumes has created a collection of awesome printable Avengers-themed egg costumes. The collection is named “Eggvengers: Age of Yolktron”, letting you pick fr...
 


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Its a full moon and the werewolf is out partying it up. Designed by  Elefante Project, Brucuta beer is living the life with a colorful series labeled with a dancing werewolf.
 


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Created by two guys who wish to remain anonymous, Penised.com is a hilarious new service that turns your rival’s logo into a penis-shaped one. For a small fee of between US$25 to US$35, they will replace your competitors’ logos with images of penises. In an interview with Adweek, the f...
 


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An absolutely gorgeous design for Shinsegae traditional Liquor. Designed by Plus X, bottles are labeled with intricate geometric symbols, all corresponding to the process making the elixir. 
 


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The 'Anama Concept Palate Project’ is a sequence of five carefully composed moodboards, a visual portrayal of the richness in colours, aromas and flavours to be found in a glass of 'Anama Vintage 2011. 
 


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Remember the popular @HotDudesReading? The Instagram account featuring good-looking guys reading books on board trains? Well, this somewhat voyeuristic Instagram account decided to lend itself to a good cause, through its collaboration with clothing brand Banana Republic. Starring models d...
 


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Australian landscape architect Nathan Burkett, has been awarded a gold medal at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show for his garden installation named “Equilibrium.” Nathan Burkett worked with a variety of companies includin...
 


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Graphic designer Sofia Ayuso from Portugal has created a collection of minimalist icons that pay tribute to the creepy characters from classic horror movies, such as the twins from The Shining and Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street. Ayuso used simple black lines to illustrate each ...
 


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Designer: Christian PannickeProject Type: Concept Location: Berlin, Germany The Rhône is a more than 800 km long river that flows in France. The river offers perfect conditions for growing wine, herbs, various fruits and olive trees. The ragged mountain landscape meets bright light coming from the south.These facts form the basis for Rhone, a fictional manufacturer of the finest olive oil. Rhone combines classic elegance with modern clarity. The logo is a combination of word and figurative mark. A classic typographic approach was combined with a modern, reduced illustration. A clear distinction from competitors' products is generated by dispense with typical images of olives, olive trees or landscapes. Instead, the scenic contrast is used in dark mountains and glittering sunlight and translated into a monochrome design. The packaging is reduced to the essentials and attracts attention especially because of this contrast.Rhone embodies enjoyment and delight, as well as an extraordinary quality of life. The hard contrast, as well as the landscape, is broken by a pleasant, bright and colorful imagery. Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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The ‘Doxie Flip’ is an ultra-portable flatbed scanner, which lets you create digitizing versions of photos, books and sketches on the go. The scanner runs cordless, and it can be easily used by removing its lid, and flipping it over on your original documents to get it scanned. It also co...
 


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The master bathroom in this recently completed home remodel by Klopf Architecture, has a glass wall next to the shower, giving a view to the back yard, because the owners wanted to feel like they were showering in the garden. continue reading...
 



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