Inspiration Lab

No 4
July 27, 2010, 8:34 am
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I just came across hair care series No 4. I love the clean packaging and I’m also quite keen on the modular photos (from their website). Would look GREAT in my bathroom! I think the design was an in house job, at least it says Bureau Number 4 where I’ve seen it mentioned.

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June 28, 2010, 8:25 am
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So my students left for summer break last monday and it’s getting really quiet around here, but it’s good to finally have an opportunity to go through all the piles on my desk and get ready for a fresh start after the summer. Today I thought I might share a bit of studentwork with you. My second year BA students did great on their exams and here’s a small selection. The brief was redesigning the packaging for a small local organic beauty product company called Mellisa. Student name will take you straight to their website.

Kristina Krogh Larsen

Thomas Bræstrup

Andreas Kamp Bünger

Louise Jacobsen

Stina Persson
April 27, 2010, 8:23 am
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One of my very first posts here on Inspiration Lab was Swedish illustrator Stina Persson of whom I’m a huge fan. Since then Stina has done loads of great work and I recently came across a new series of skin products from Face Boutique with Stina’s signature style. What a beautiful line! Would look great in my bathroom!

Visit Stina.

Visit Face Boutique.

Malin + Goetz
January 14, 2010, 8:24 am
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Everytime I see the products by Malin + Goetz I am totally seduced. I have no idea what the products are like, I just love the Helvetica typework. Nearly bought the entire range at Wood Wood the other day when I noticed they were 30% off!! But I came to my senses and thought of the cabinet at home brimming with products I can’t use because they are too lovely. So I’ll just have Malin + Goetz in safe keeping here.

Visit Malin + Goetz.

December 23, 2009, 8:21 am
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Wrapping up before Christmas with lovely packaging design from Australian MOR cosmetics. I almost screamed with delight when I found the bars of soap in various lovely patterns. MOR actually means mother in Danish (although the meaning behind MOR cosmetics is peacock in Hindi) so here’s a good idea for a prez the next time you want to spoil your mum. I know what my mum’s getting next mother’s day. Damn it, I’ve ruined it now!

Merry Christmas everyone! I’ll be back with more visual snacks on the 28th of December.

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