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Designed by Haute Culture in-house team, Sweden.
Designer: Linda Ayres
Additional Credits: Translation Luis de Miranda
We're publishing a new English translation of a Gustave Flaubert short story Felicity: The Tale of the Simple Heart, the main symbol of which is a parrot called Loulou. The luxury book we've produced is handmade using silk, gold and a parrot feather bookmark and will be limited to just 50 copies. It comes complete with its own birdcage and will be sold through Assouline Books luxury boutiques in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris in December with a few copies available directly from us.
Designed by Ivy Zheyu Chen, United States.
A BOOK is a line of sketchbook binding kits, featuring three different methods:
Stitch Binding, Perfect Binding and Japanese Binding.
The kits provide tools and materials for a 72-page sketchbook with customized pattern cover.
A BOOK targets at customers who are upper-middle class, sophisticated, possibly in art and design field, like working with hands, and prefer the aesthetic of neutrality and architectural modernity.
Designed by The Bakery, Russia.
The Bedroom Community commissioned us to design DVD packaging for the film about the label, directed by Pierre-Alain Giraud. The camera catches Sam Amidon, Valgeir Sigurdsson, Nico Muhly, Ben Frost & their collaborators on their Whale Watching Tour, that takes place during the volcano eruption a couple of years back. It also features some insight into artist's work at Greenhouse Studios, their ethos, tour life, etc. The design is based on the idea of perpetual movement & traveling. While the vacuum-sealed package is a nod to snacks you have on the run, the typographic solution inside evolves around the idea of a compass. Set in different directions, text demands reading at various angles as though it's a map one has to navigate through.
Designed by LoveDesign Branding & Digital Agency, Colombia.
Designer: Andrés Maldonado
Lovedesign is an advertising agency that supports entrepreneurship, organizing and planning their ideas so widely differentiated achieve its competence, through value propositions in design, communication, quality, business growth and achievement of goals, unique markings and solid form that endure the market.
This is a case of corporate manuals for Lovedesign brand, we aim to make the information more attractive to our employees, that is, encourage them to use the manuals to be more successful in their work and achieve add value to our brand.
According to the side of the brain, find a creative side (brand building manual) and a rational side (corporate identity manual). There you will find all parameters to help us grow and becoming an attractive brand to our customers.
Designed by Christer Dahlslett, Norway.
The Water Of Life - A Book About The Manliest Drink
This is a handmade wooden cover I made for a book I wrote and designed about the world of Whisky. The project was a part of my Graphic Design study.
The cover is inspired by the charred wooden casks the whisky is matured in. Its made by carefully laser cutting plywood and dyeing it with different shades of oak color.
The engraving and wood dye gives the cover a smokey alcoholic smell which brings back memories from drinking the finest single malts.
Designed by Petter Bratland, Norway.
This is my final exam at NKF in Oslo.
The assignment was to consern something you like/love in your life and make a packaging design out of it.
The hard thing was to find out what i really like, and how to make a up a concept and packaging concerning it.
... what i really like is to relax and take it easy. And to draw/doodle. And travel. So therefore i decided to make up a packaging containing a marker, paper and a phamplet about creativity, providing a boost to your work.
The concept is a new kind of Social network where you buy my package whitch are custom made to each Airport they are sold. Draw something on the paper with the marker, fold the phmaplet to an easel, and take a photo of it with your smartphone. Upload the photo to a website showing people where you are and what you have drawn.
Kind of Instagram meets a mix of manual and digital creativity...
Designed by Nils R. Zimmermann
Creative Direction: Nils R. Zimmermann
Client: Bremer Feinkost Contor GmbH,
Photography: Jörg Wischmann
The story behind Linvard Bo Lapp and his partner Ephraim Fao is full of discoveries. When they are off travelling the globe curious to discover sweet delicacies from far-away places, they like to sit down at the end of a long and eventful day and record their thoughts and experiences in a diary – it is these pages that later provide them with valuable inspiration for their unusual chocolate creations.These records are now available in the form of the Lapp&Fao Chocolate Books. This process is visualised strikingly by the new look of the chocolate packaging. Each bar is designed to look like a diary and contains the essence of Lapp&Fao’s travels – each bar is a delicious souvenir.
Designed by Cecelia Charlesworth, Australia.
Today, life is fast. It vaporises morals. Futility suits the postmodern, for words as well as things. But that doesn’t keep us asking questions: how to live and why?
The answers are deferred. As they always are, of course.
This book contains notes on postmodern aestheticization. And against it! You’re not done living because you chalk it up to artifice. This fable, reads like a space-age equivalent of the Delphic Oracle, with the message warning us of the ambivalence of postmodernism and urging us, to avoid its contemporary hubris [in the guise of technology and unending progress] if we are to avoid the worst. The passage presents the opposition of social progress and culture that is essential to the idea of the postmodern. Following are a selection of writings from the postmodern fable by Jean Francois Lyotard, which narrates a fabulous universe, that of technical images, that of cybernetic dialogue, a fabulous consciousness, that of making music with the power of imagination.
Note: this works comes in a clear perspex sleeve
Designed by THINK Packaging & Greg Straight.
Country : New Zealand
Greg is a pretty whizz illustrator and found my details through the design grapevine ... He contacted me and asked (demanded) that I create him a portfolio piece that would encapsulate his talent. He had been fortunate enough to bump into and chat to the art director of Wallpaper* Magazine whilst in Auckland at the Semi Permanent exhibition. Greg still appeals that he was NOT stalking him ... The facts still remain unknown and rather shadey!
Wallpaper* Mag receive thousands of emails with "ooh, ooh, look at my work" all of the time and Greg was tipped off that hardly any of them were read, as the guy just simply has not got the time to go through them all. However, he said that he can't help himself if something was to be delivered through the mail ...
So - Greg & I sat down and discussed that we would create something funky, different and that would travel across the globe and still look like it had been handled like the crown jewels. Creating multiple layers of corrugated card and cutting cool little cut-outs, it made the perfect hollowed out book that effortlessly showed off his work and presented in a way that received a chorus of applause when it arrived on the directors desk in the UK. Needless to say that Greg has now pushed his way to the top of the list when it comes to choosing an illustrator.
Designed by Casa Rex, Brazil.
Casa Rex creates typographical illustrations for a novel about Batman in São Paulo
Casa Rex, the multi-awarded international design consultancy with offices in Sao Paulo and London, has developed the graphic project and illustrations for "Na teia do morcego", a new fiction book released by Editora Gaivota in Brazil.
To develop the graphic project for this somewhat irreverent novel about the supposed adventures of the comic-book hero Batman in the city of São Paulo, Casa Rex moves away from conventional book design aesthetics and has created a narrative formed by typographical illustrations.
"The varied scenery through which the character travels during the course of the book is illustrated by urban typographic landscapes. These are constructed entirely out of typewriter letters, which adapt to correspond with the story, in sequences that create an almost cinematographic dimension. This allows the reader to become fully immersed in the book's obscure universe and ensures a different outlook at the turn of each page, as the plot unfolds.", says Gustavo Piqueira, head of Casa Rex and the creative director of the project, together with Samia Jacintho and Ana Lobo.
"Na teia do morcego", written by Jorge Miguel Marinho and designed by Casa Rex, is now available through Editora Biruta's website or in leading Brazilian bookstores.
Designed by Karla Naveira, recent graduated of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)
Country: United States
A little coffee book is an interactive artist book about coffee facts. The idea behind creating this book is to learn general facts about coffee that most people may not know. The reason for this subject is that I am an avid coffee drinker, and I wanted to expand on my knowledge of coffee.
Designed by Alberto Zalduendo.
University Degree in Graphic Design and Multimedia in Idep, Barcelona.
We Are The World Theme: Faith
Faith is, generally, confidence or belief in something or someone, the evidence of things not seen. Based on this topic I decided to create a graphic identity to present to humanity space. The idea is to send a container box with a probe into space in order to make ourselves known against aliens, leaning on an earlier draft of NASA. The box contains examples of what defines us to introduce ourselves to the world: A book about the solar system, the human, the animal kingdom etc. values of the project are: neutrality, humanity, Universality and Timelessness The graphic image respects these values because it has to represent all humans equally and indefinitely. In addition most of the content should be visual and simple as possible to make it easy to understand. 's logo and part of the graphs are circular because the circle is the most natural: The planets, suns, our cells, atoms ... are spherical. The final project has helped me to accomplish a great work of synthesis. Based on a large amount of initial information, I have been filtering and simplifying information to get the final result: A summary of humanity in a book and several auxiliary pieces inside a small box. Finally the whole subject of aliens ... is just an excuse to make the project more attractive since, this book could well serve for initiation of children in education. One way to get a lot of information, sometimes complicated, much more visual and attractive.
Translated from Spanish