Entries Tagged as 'Packaging'

Betley Whitehorne celebrates its 20th Birthday

June 26th, 2012 · Edward · No Comments

Betley Whitehorne celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and has planned to mark the occasion with a number of events and activities that focus on giving back to the local community — a community it has been very much part of since forming in 1992 (see betleywhitehorne.com/20).

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No CommentsTags: Advertising · Art · Branding · Charity Work · Design · Food & Drink · Illustration · Packaging · Photography · Typography · Uncategorized

Neon Papercraft

July 19th, 2011 · Ash · No Comments

I couldn’t help but notice these retro electronics when I came accross them on another blog. The bright electronic devices have each been hand crafted out of neon paper, down from the body of the device to the smallest detail such as the lettering on the floppy disk or the loose tape inside the cassette. This must have taken a lot of time and patience. Having recently covered a lifesized donkey in lettering we can begin to empathise!

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Freestyle Coke brings you 104 flavours

August 9th, 2010 · Ric · No Comments

Want a new drink every three days (well nearly) for a year? Yeah? Then you need the new Freestyle vending machine from Coke. It has a whooping 104 flavours to choose from. I’d like to be able to truly ‘freestyle’ and mix flavours like a carbonated fizzy-pop DJ. Or you could buy a SodaStream, they’re back, and make any flavour you want.

No CommentsTags: Packaging · Science & Technology

Ball of Light

July 29th, 2010 · Adam · No Comments

This fantastic and eerie looking orb is by Denis Smith. Have a look at some more of his great long exposure images balls here.

There is NO PHOTOSHOP manipulation of the images, I have only adjusted brightness and saturation.
Denis Smith

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The bee’s knees

July 9th, 2010 · Ash · 1 Comment

This packaging for Babees honey has been beautifully designed packaging by Ah&Oh studio. The packaging has been very carefully considered from the three stripes around the bottom of the jars to the elegant and subtle shape of the jars and fluttering label.

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Welcome to The Perfect Test Market

June 9th, 2010 · Steve · 1 Comment

After several months of research, content development and building the product offering, we are extremely pleased to announce the launch of our new service: The Test Market. What is the Test Market? Read more

1 CommentTags: Advertising · Branding · Design · Media Spot · News · Packaging · Web

Oyster Card Wallet

April 22nd, 2010 · Ash · No Comments

This oyster card wallet is a nice idea by David Bruno and Tom Seymour allowing you to know how much credit you have left on your oyster card so you never have to endure that embarrassment of being turned away from the bus for lack of credit. So far this idea has not gone any further than the prototype stage.

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Google go offline

April 1st, 2010 · Ric · No Comments

Not content with ruling the online world, Google are now setting their sites on offline domination. Okay, that’s not quite true, but these clever idea from Rahul Mahtani and Yofred Moik combines GMail and Google Maps. You write you message as usual in GMail, press the new Send Envelope button and it prints your snail-mail message along with a rather cool envelope that has a Google map showing route the letter will take. Fun, simple, I like it.

No CommentsTags: Design · Packaging · Web