A campaign to make everyone smile :-) I brought my typography (not culinary) skills to the table for this worthy cause.
Return to Freedom is an organization dedicated to preserving the freedom and habitat of America’s wild horses. My small bit of help came by way of this packaging design for a new shampoo and conditioner line. Now targeted at humans (there's a demo!), this once only equine shampoo will raise funds for some much needed financial help.
Thinly veiled ads...but you don't care. The entertainment value is high, reality style content is genuine ...it all translates into watchable segments.
The Great Espadrille: From Infantry to Royalty
Originally created for the King of Aragons’ infantry men, the espadrille is now a summer staple for even royal feet. But, no one did more to mainstrem this shoe than Grace Kelly. Of course with her looks and grace, she could pull off anything! Now no summer shoe collection is complete without a a sexy, strappy version of the wedge.
Can't get enough of these little guys! POP designer's everywhere are envious of the budget to get this placed.
Popular culture has always been a vast source of inspiration for packaging designers. TV characters, series, cartoons, celebrities, … They all pop up regularly during our grocery shopping. This is a particularly sophisticated solution given the source. The world’s most famous cartoon family, The Simpsons, has inspired these sleek bottles aptly named Homer and Marge, after the series two main protagonists. Inspired by the work of painter Pieter Mondrian they seamlessly blend high art and popular culture.
Bullseye created a custom phone case that "sandwiched" a packet of sauce between the case and phone. With an easy squeeze of the button you have now avoided a bland emergency.
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