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Lets Toast to this Br(a)ill(e)-iant Packaging!

Posted in design, graphic design with tags , , , on November 7, 2008 by anonimiss

Came across this thoughtful but attractive packaging for wine designed by Baud.es. Lazarus Wine is made by blind people and labeled with Braille. Loved the thumb print on the cork! The Lazarus Wine website is also interesting, it follows the same braille concept all through. Simple and nice. Wish I could understand the language though!

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Get Barcoded…..the Designer Way

Posted in graphic design with tags , , , on October 22, 2008 by anonimiss

Came across this really cool Japanese design firm – Design Barcode, that develops designer barcodes that are utility/business specific in terms of graphics. ‘Why Has the Barcode Never Changed? ‘ This is the question the design team at Design Barcode asked itself when it set out to innovate a new way for companies to think about how their valuable product real estate gets used. After endless study of Barcode technology standards, a process was invented that allowed a design element to be integrated into the barcode. Now, that is what one calls extreme innovation, taking something as mundane as a barcode and turning it around into a piece of artwork that would also add that extra edge to a company’s corporate identity. Check out these designs, they surely put a smile on my face. No wonder the company has been winning awards for its work, including the recent Titanium Lion at Cannes.

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Recycling A Pot of Honey – How Sweet is That??

Posted in graphic design, green, product design with tags , , , , , on October 15, 2008 by anonimiss

I love the packaging designed by The Partners for Stanley Honey that promotes the re-use of the clay plant pot to encourage more honey making in the future! It is eco-friendly without compromising on  the graphic aesthetic and is not just about selling the product, but an attempt to make it sustainable.

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A Memorable Memory Card!

Posted in design, graphic design with tags , , , on September 29, 2008 by anonimiss

SD Memory Card is a university project in graphic design by Matt Keers. It is a 3D camera SD memory card incorporating a fold out poster showing the relationship between the photographs and the amount of memory left on the chip. I quite liked his other work too.

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Recycled Plastics doth School Bags make…..

Posted in graphic design, green, product design with tags , , , , on September 19, 2008 by anonimiss

The ‘big kid eco pack’ by Dante Beatrix is a collection of sturdy backpacks, constructed with nylon made entirely from recycled plastic drinking bottles and trimmed with naturally biodegradable canvas. Each of these packs keeps seven 16oz bottles out of the environment. While I liked the concept a lot, I also liked the simple but bold design and colors, which I think are essential to teach kids about the recycling issue in an interesting fashion – to show them that recycling is not boring!

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Bring On the Good Spirits!

Posted in graphic design, product design with tags , , , on September 7, 2008 by anonimiss

The packaging design by  Transfer Studio for the ‘Tapio’, is a spirit mixed drink made from all-natural ingredients, really caught my eye…..for the simple and clean design that allows the color of the drink to contribute substantially to the overall appeal.

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Posted in graphic design with tags , on August 29, 2008 by anonimiss

Found these posters designed for The Economist by Non Format quite interesting, both for the design and the message they convey.

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