Warsteiner – Odd Future Edition


Warsteiner Odd Future Edition

This good looking Warsteiner Odd Future-Edition find it’s way to me via mail. The special edition of the label is dedicated to the US-band Odd Future and will accompany them on their US-tour (and only at the tour as you can’t find this edition in the regular stores). The label had it’s release at the Odd Future performance at the Colette Store in Paris one month ago. Here a a clean look at both sides of the label.

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Vintage package design – Pediatric Syrup


Package Design - Pediatric Syrup

Beautiful vintage package design of Rediplete – Pediatric Syrup. More things in life should look like this.

Package Design - Pediatric Syrup

(Thanks to Todd Franklin)

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CreativeMug – Beautiful design collection


Design Blog

I am back from my easter holidays. I hope you had some nice days too. There is something I wanted to share with you for a while now: it’s the design blog CreativeMug made by my friend Elisa Vernazza and her husband Fabio Bernardi, two incredably talented italian graphic designers who are based in London. Read more about CreativeMug.

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IBM Film Ribbon – Designed by Paul Rand


What a great colorful mid 1960 packaging design by Paul Rand (this package was recently found by Javier Garcia in his dad’s office). More images here.

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Ecohols – JØRN


Famous alcohol brands packed in beverage cartons instead of their prominent bottles. A project by Jörn Beyer of JØRN. Made me smile. More images here.

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Muyum – Design for Kids


Great package design by Elena Sancho. Muyum is all about healthy food for kids, but I think it also works for adults. Great fresh look.

(via the dieline)

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‘Everday Hero’ – New design


Joseph Mitchell, Jess Watson, Jess Moore and Eva Ni of the Natcoll design school in Auckland, New Zealand gave ‘Everyday Hero’ chocolate of Whittakers a great new design. I would say: Package design A+.

(via the dieline)

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