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Edith Morin designed the packaging for Balsem, a line of bathroom products. The design is simple yet elegant.
David Ricardo (1772–1823) was a versatile man. A stock trader, politician and, most importantly, an economist. He is considered the first of the classical economists, thus symbolizing the transition from mercantilism to capitalism. While his theories are mostly derived from mathematical abstractions, he communicated his ideas in understandable, down-to-earth language. Besides a versatile man, Ricardo …
Imagine if one day capitalism reaches the point, where the big brands starts to sponsor the superheroes. How would this influence their images? That’s the question that Roberto Vergati Santos invites with his Sponsored Heroes series. Based on this hypothesis, he decided to experiment with some characters, and see what would be the results of such idea. Santos takes images of familiar superheroes from movies, television, and comics, and assigns each one a brand. It’s a simple execution, but one that forces us to contemplate how easy it could be to see superpowered folks sporting Adidas exclusively or earning a little extra income from Red Bull. What happens when superheroes stop fighting for the American way and start fighting for the American corporation?
Here’s a really awesome mash-up of video game characters and photographic scenes, cross-over into the real world. Name this video game character! Aled Lewis brings video game characters to life with Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. As a
In this post will showcase 80 beautifully designed packages that you can draw inspiration from. Creating successful packaging designs is a “must have” for any designer. When choosing one product over another, the design of the packaging probably influences your decision far more than you realize. And it’s not just about the actual box or label. As a designer you can come up with new and innovative ways to package the actual product so you see you are more than just a graphic designer, you are also a product designer.
“A fine line separates the worlds of wine and beer. Fil is a seam stitched between these two worlds. A sparkling wine made with a type of yeast typically used for brewing beer.
The natural formation of bubbles produced by bottle fermentation manifests itself in a multitude of threads of tiny bubbles that give their name to ‘vi d’agulla,’ literally ‘needle wine’ – subtle and persistent on the tongue and the palate.
The name ‘Fil’ means ‘thread’ in Catalan.”
Recognising that it was time to align the brand identity with the beer itself, Budweiser partnered with our NYC team to refresh their packaging and visual identity. Starting with an exploration of the brand’s history, we uncovered the depth of Budweiser’s rich iconography. We then sweated the details, working alongside the world’s best to craft each element by hand.