Posts Tagged ‘packaging’
Product design and packaging inspires me daily. The branding behind D.L. & Co. is beautiful and classically designed. I love the whole vintage gothic look and feel. Since I am sucked into their product visually hopefully it smells good too!
This design is softened up but still gorgeous.
It looks like a little dessert gift box!
The man behind D.L. & Co. is Mr. Douglas Little. He is very intriguing and daring. I love the when designers can break away from the norm, push the limits and test consumers desires in a way that arouses curiosity and pulls us in. Very nice.
The design that brands St-Germain captures a true classic vintage look that dates back to a time when taste and class ruled. This elegantly French-inspired packaging uses dark colors, gold and dainty elements and lettering create that create a sophisticated look that I thrive to accomplish with Paper Cut Industries’ branding. There is also a special “custom” quality to each bottle. They are each individually numbered to validate authenticity. Talk about feeling special! The fine craftsmanship behind this French liqueur is timeless in look and taste. I completely recommend trying it sometime. It is all natural, made from elderflower blossoms with no preservatives and has a low sugar content. Try their signature cocktail: 1-2 shots St-Germain with equal parts Champagne & club soda. Delicious!
Far behind me are the days when I make a coffee run for the office. Taking the numerous orders of “extra cream please!”. But, by far the task of actually transporting the damn coffee always killed me. So many times did I witness coffee spills and burns occur right before my eyes as if it were some sort of initiation into a coffee club. “Do you have your coffee burns?” Then, there was always the tag-team. If one person was going to get coffee, it was almost necessary that another person go with them! When no one could (damn office efficiency) then you were screwed. Well, then I found this. Pit Stop Café by Homer Mendoza. Could someone please tell all the coffee houses about this?
Pit-Stop Café is a simple transportation system for four coffees and condiments like cream & sugar. It is constructed of post-consumer recycled board and is made out of one single sheet of paper.
I am playing around with my lovely new Canon camera (thanks Mom!) and I took some new photos of some existing product. I think they really capture the beauty of the cards better. Everyone always tells me they look so gorgeous in person, which leads me to think my pictures need some help! Here are some of those new photos.
These pictures are just beautiful, but please let me know what you think!