Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

How much has packaging design changed? Let’s take a trip back in time and look at 1950′s and 60′s vintage packing to find out. These 50′s and 60′s packaging designs are from Roadsidepictures ‘Vintage Advertising‘ Flickr set. A fabulous collection and great for inspiration.

This limited edition iPad is laser engraved with Dwayne Wade and other  illustrations from ilovedust and feature different parts of the ongoing story that can be found on the iPad. Everything is packaged up in an impressive metal briefcase with the Jumpman branding. D-Wade fans will appreciate this pretty sweet embellishment.

London-based artist Evelin Kasilov’s CMYK Series of 9 posters, show halftoned and hand-embroidered fragments of well-known album covers. All works 350 x 495 mm, embroidery area 12 in (30.5 mm), hand stitched on Fabriano 5 Cold Pressed White 300 gsm (mould made, 50% cotton rag, acid free). The poster series is focused on imagery: how [...]

It’s the 20 day countdown till Christmas. Time to get you addresses in order and send out your greetings. Wishing your friends and family a great holiday shouldn’t come in a blind assorted box of cards. Here are 10 creative holiday cards you can send instead. Sycamore Street Press

Add some pixilated plush to your environment with these Denim Pixorama City cushions from eBoy.

Grand People a design firm in Norway, create an organic CD Cover design for The New Wine new album “Waves”. Waves is the debut album of “The New Wine”, a band described by some as four guys creating guitar and synth based pop with light riffs, aesthetic bass and steady beats. Over the last two [...]

This fluid dress designed by Charlie Bucket is 600 feet of knitted tubing and powered by a pump located in the backpack. The colors you see are simply dyed water and air. The patterns are partially controlled by the onboard valves, and partially random. The dress weighs about 5 lbs dry and 8 lbs wet. [...]


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