posters for the food festival all together and completed!
My very talented friend :)
Sabadi, designed by italian agency Happycentro. Check out their other stuff, it’s great
Bermellon is a Mexican hot candy confectionery shop, whose products are very popular in the country. This identity was created by Anagrama. I love the vibrant, simple design and it’s translation across the products.
Today, thanks to The Dieline, I found out that it’s national vodka day! They posted a selection of their favorite vodka bottle designs (here), but didn’t include my personal favorite!
Reyka Vodka, was designed by London based Here Design. I saw it the other day while browsing nice packaging in the Selfridges food hall (I do this way too much) and it really stood out as the most appealing vodka they had. Something about the bottle and the label is very cool and contemporary, a bit stark almost. It feels really Icelandic which is an interesting proposition in a market dominated by Russian looking brands or slightly tacky more premium options.
I’d actually really like to try it and I don’t even like vodka, so the design is definitely doing something right! Definitely worth a look at the other projects done by Here; http://www.heredesign.co.uk/ very varied portfolio and I’m a big fan of their work.
Kacper Hamilton again, with his L’art de la Gustation, or The Art of Tasting. Reinventing the ritual of drinking whisky. What an amazing way to physically portray the antique traditions. Want to see more?
Exquis Baccarat, by Kacper Hamilton.
An absolutely beautiful range of vases inspired by the rich history of Baccarat. Each vase is made using unique various crystal cuts and decorative styles from centuries apart; creating highly contrasting and bold pieces. Read more here
I love this label! So much energy, and a different dynamic to normal wine label images…
Designed by Frank Aloi
“Seriously Pink is the first rosé coloured liqueur to be made in Australia. For the wine maker, achieving the right colour was just as important as the end result. Its first release completely sold out in just one month.”
Absolutely gorgeous wedding invitations. So much effort gone into this; 200 sewn material pouches to contain the invites and tags. The same material was also used to make the bunting for the wedding. Look here for more information.
Identity by FoundryCo for coffee shop and eatery Evoke, Oklahoma. The identity includes letterpress stationery, menus, and a new site. Very nice
Who would have thought you could communicate so much from a small piece of jewellery? More interesting pieces here.