Filed under: Packaging
So this is my first real post from New York. And what have I been doing on my first day here? Trawling supermarkets for great packaging design. Snithe comments are allowed!
Was standing in Wholefoods trying to decide on what to drink when the iced teas from Harney & Sons caught my eye. Aren’t they wonderful? They’re quite close to Fortnum and Mason but I guess that IS the “tea style”.
See more: http://www.harney.com
Filed under: This and That
The next two weeks I’ll be coming to you from the Big Apple, yep, I’m in New York. I have the view of an Obey street art piece out of my window which I will photograph and share with you once the sun gets out of it’s hiding, damn jetlag! I’m here with my students to visit great designers and to be INSPIRED. Check out their blog where you can see what we’re doing. Sorry it’s in Danish.
Filed under: Typography
Check out this typework by very young design Robert J. Bolesta. I love this piece. It shows us that sometimes you just have to DO something. Get off the computer and use our hands.
See more about Robert: http://www.robertbolesta.com/
Uhh it’s a busy week so it’s a bit quiet here at the Lab. But here’s a little nugget of inspiration. You should check out 3 Deep Design who’s the Australian agency behind the design for this series of scents.
See more: http://www.3deep.com.au
Filed under: Motion and Video
If you, like me, have a weakness for opening sequences you should drop by The Art of the Title Sequence. A blog dedicated to showing great title work. You can find everything from legendary Seven titles to older Saul Bass work, brilliant! Shown hereunder is 23 and Catch Me If You Can.
See more: http://www.artofthetitle.com/
I know it’s thursday but I think you should check out Hello Monday, the web boys from Århus Denmark. With 5 FWAs under their belt these guys are becoming international heavyweights. I’ve mentioned them before but you should definitely go back and see their newly updated website.
See more: http://www.hellomonday.net/
Uhhh!! Look at this wonderful series of skincare products from This Works. Great type work! (although I am an easy target when it comes to neo classic fonts) I think the design was done inhouse, so well done, this works!
See more: http://www.thisworks.com/