The Review Design & Print Awards
Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
Salacious Suggestions For Valentine’s Day
- Camille Rowe by Ellen Von Unwerth
- Nettie Harris
- Vee Laroche
- Catherine Deneuve by Helmut Newton
- Anne Vyalitsyna by Norman Jean Roy
- Liberty Ross by Julian Marshall
- Harpers & Carey
- Jose Ignacio Romussi Murphy
- Mikaela Carlén by Andreas Öhlund for Velvet
- Don’t You Just Love Kids?
- Marlena Szoka by David Bellemere
- Frank Horvat
Sumptuous Wicked & Wonderful Chocolate packaging by Shed Brand Innovation.
I’ve been listening to this album a lot the past few days and thought I’d share with you the rather lovely floral illustration for the cover of Mark Lanegan’s ‘Blues Funeral’.
The return of Sagmeister & Walsh with more weirdly wonderful design and Sageister’s recognisable handwriting.
Glenn Wolk recently published a project that showcases all of the work he’s done with Arrow Shirts / Cluett and Peabody. Vintage labels and packaging is a great source of inspiration for typography, layout and colour.
Check out the entire body of work on Behance.
Aritst/designer/typographer Tysra teamed up with Chocolate brand Moon Street to create a limited edition design for their dark chocolate bar. Tysra revisited classic American confectionary, with a surprising and sophisticated touch showing his love of the city Paris. The bar is sold at Colette, Paris.
Via: The Dieline
Visual identity for Brussels’ most famous biscuit bakery with a pattern taking its inspiration from baked cookies being taken out of the oven.
For the fourth edition of its award-winning Masters of Photography series, The Macallan teamed up with the most influential living photographer, Elliott Erwitt, to capture the spirit of Scotland. His resulting work, ‘Great Scottish Adventure,’ was just released as a bespoke photo-archival book featuring a total of 158 images, shot by Elliott during his trip.
Beautiful early days packaging of Coca Cola; with the famous script logotype already in place.
Via: 11C RVN 1969
Like wrapped bon-bons – simple and attractive packaging for this pure vegetable soap, made in France.