The 7 Rules to Understand Design and Designers
I am diggin' these 7 rules to understanding design and designers. Especially number 7. The j-peg is from Graphic Exchange, but it could easily printed off with the help of our trusty computers.
Jude Landry — Blog — A Beautiful Gift
Last week I saw an image of a hand-painted saw online by Zachary Smith and I reposted it on my Facebook wall with the comment, "I need this for my wall." My lovely wife Alisha saw that comment and decided to totally shock me by purchasing the saw for me! The original had been sold so Za
Hamish Ingham: Relish — CREATEiD
Sydney chef Hamish Ingham came to Frost* with a challenge to relish - literally. His new range of gourmet sauces and relishes needed a distinctive packaging solution and Frost* created a scheme that is as tasty as the contents. Bold letterpress typography speaks to the honesty of the ingredients
Harvey's is a house diner in Kansas City's Union Station. Ted Carpenter Creative designed a branding system that consisted of a logo, brand identity, menus, interior and exterior, environmental and apparel graphics. I love the craft feel to this branding and the overall color scheme. The logos and print patterns are both intriguing and beautiful.
Sweet Lydia's is a Massachusetts confections company that needed some sweet new packaging that would look as good as their one-of-a-kind s'mores and candy bars taste. Worstofall Design studio in Brooklyn created a upscale, but fun and artisanal brand. Being hand-made treats, the new packaging was designed to give the personal touch needed, but with the professional polish to compete on the shelves in big box stores. With new packaging Sweet Lydia's went from her kitchen to a new bakery and…