Design by Make & Matter, this packaging is strong visually, with the animal illustration clearly showing what is inside these high protein snacks.
Beer bottles provide a perfect canvas to do these kinds of designs and prints. Because of the beers dark coloration the white stands extremely well and provides an ever changing background based on where the light is and how it is refracting with in the glass.
Lettering workbook of Jason Vandenberg
He runs a great blog where he post his work on the regular, you can find his blog here.
A Jazz Machine
Miles Davis, defined in this proyect as a “jazz mathematician”, he built his songs into a pattern-oscilating beat, completly ungraspable for an average ear, but clearly determined by a genius mind behind every single drop.
The World at Night Poster
“While collaborating with the guys at Vahalla, we used some really cool print techniques. We used a clear glossy varnish to achieve the black on black look. We also used a double hit of white and gold ink and then registered the glow-in-the-dark ink right on top of the white layer. They did a sweet job! Lesson learned: use a printer who takes as much pride in their craft as I do with design.”
Edinburgh-based graphic design student Thomas Wightman has produced a trio of astounding book sculptures for his graduation project.
8 Designers x 8 Typefaces in 88 pages. 8 Faces – Out Wednesday.
I’ve seen the final version and it’s looking very fine.