Artisnal products originating from the Hudson Valley area that tell stories about craftsmanship and quality. Fashioned hat tip to Hovard Design.
Maybe we should judge a product by its package more often: Buzzfeed’s compilation of the best food and drink packaging designs of 2012. Shout-out to DW for #10, and all the crazy ‘drunkles’ out there. C’mon, everybody has one.
It’s all in the details. The negative space between the two ‘l’s’ resembles a hair follicle, and is echoed in the label gap that’s utilized on the face of the product. So smart. By Aloof, UK.
My head was already spinning when I discovered this wonderful Matsu wine set while in Madrid’s El Corte Inglés Gourmet Experience food boutique – a festival of specialty food items and inspiring packaging design where I could easily spend a day exploring (and tasting).
A whole lot more love for this brand. Limited edition line of bottles using recovered ocean plastic and post-consumer recycled plastic. The small ridges resembling a sea urchin are a nice detail.
Art school flashback! Blade packaging redesign project by Heesang Lee.