If you ever tried the cocktails in a can that you might have so desperately picked up for whatever reason and only to regret after taking the first sip…fear no more! Tatabi Studio has created Enkaja where pre-measured canisters of cocktail mixes combines to form the freshly mixed cocktail of your choice! You can be creative or stick by the tried and tested formulae for the cocktails provided. With its identity system looking a lot like the periodic table, they might also have found the solution to best teach Chemistry!
Taking the big idea to its simplest form, JWT did a limited range of bottles for Smirnoff Caipiroska range of pre-mixed drinks!Read More
This really did make me laugh! Via Art Threat.
Do Royal weddings and indeed all the incessant chatter about the upcoming April 29 Royal wedding make you sick to the stomach? Feel the need to expel the grossness that has entered your being by way of absurd attention paid to an absurd group of elites whose only claim to fame and fortune is hereditary theft and bad haircuts? Then look no further! UK artist Lydia Leith has created the “Royal Wedding Sick Bag” for the occasion. “Throne up” into yours today!
An interesting brand renewal and new packaging done for The Euro Shopper by SEK Design. As with most packaging design for an entire range of products, the real test comes when these get interspersed with the rest of the brands, but as far as elevating the ‘budget’ range is concerned, this is working superbly for me.Read More
A paper bag from Lee that promises endless fun, being able to upcycle it for endless fun!Read More
How a plain box makes a difference.
This box never has to deal with a store shelf. It doesn’t require layers of plastic — so you can open it easily. It can use fewer materials than our retail package — which can make recycling simpler. And it would love to be recycled (where facilities exist).
It’s just one small thing we’re doing to make your experience, and the planet, a little better. your choice to buy online helps make it possible.
A brown box may not be pretty, but we think the results are beautiful.
I think so too. Thank Logitech.
The first ever collaboration of many between Absolut and China artists is revealed with the unveiling of the Absolut 72Bian, the name taken from a phonetic translation of the chinese word ‘变‘, which means change. Used to symbolise the chinese mythical character of the Monkey God, who can morph himself into 72 different changes. The limited Absolut bottle design is sadly, not much different, save for a printed cartoonish interpretation of the Money God. Interesting?.. barely… Ad campaign? Forgettable… Ticking the Chinese marketing box? Absolut-ly!