To tell you the truth I never thought I’d keep this blog going for this long, but here we are, today is post number 400! *crowds of screaming fans go nuts*. So I thought I’d do something different today, since I always feature other people I think it’s time to feature myself. So I’m putting myself out there for the world to see and ridicule.
See my editorial work at: http://myanimalfarm.dk
I’ve blogged about the first series in the Six Scents series and now there’s a second series designed by the likes of Philip Lim, Henrik Vibskov and more. I like the packaging better on the first series but the second one is cool too.
See more: http://www.six-scents.com
Six scents series 1.
Six scents series 2.
Was looking for a bit of luxury to keep my mind off my hellish kitchen remodelling project when I came across Thorntons new range of block chocolates. They are the most perfect little squares in bright colours (picture doesn’t quite do them justice) and any taste that you could possibly desire. Mmmmm two good things at once, yummy chocolate and lovely packaging.
I’ve featured Mario Wagner before but he’s quite a productive gentleman and very good at updating his website with current work. He’s a collage artist and does excellent work with colour and structure.
See more: http://www.mario-wagner.com
I just re-discovered these colourful portraits from French design studio Helmo. I first saw these a while back and when I came across them recently again it was a happy reunion. I had completely forgot them, and I was surprised to see that I was still as keen now a few years later. What a few simple Photoshop effects can’t do ehh? Simple and great!
See more: http://www.helmo.fr
I was walking around my lovely neighbourhood of Vesterbro the other day when I noticed a lovely series of winebottles in a butcher shop’s window. Aren’t they just so lovely and simple?
See more by Spanish design studio Moruba who’s behind the design.
Filed under: Illustration/Art
I stumbled across some drawings from US illustrator Chris Silas Neal. I love the tangible naive style with fills that look like they’ve been xeroxed.
See more: http://www.redsilas.com