Designed by Special Group in New Zealand!
“Belle & Ella is a Vancouver-based boutique pharmacy catering exclusively to women. They offer personalized, discreet service and modern advice from the female perspective.”
Designed by Veronica Stark.
There is something strangely nostalgic about opening a fresh, new bar of soap. The light crinkle of the wax paper as you unroll the bar. The familiar texture of the box’s thick card stock on your fingertips. There is nothing quite as nice though as when you raise that new gem to your nose and take in a long slow inhale. Whether it’s lavender, sandalwood, or peppermint; nothing beats that first smell.
Pair that experience with an incredible packaging job and you’ve got yourself a fool proof mood enhancer. That’s why I love Hudson Made’s packaging by Hovard Design. Every detail was meticulously scrutinized, from the contrasting matte and gloss textures to the iconically masculine color scheme and material choices.
gr8pelounge asked: your major seems awesome! do you have another blog where you just talk about conclusions and observations that you have made?
Unfortunately no, because I’m still in school I don’t have as much time to devote to my blog as I wish I did. Look out for my posts over the summer though, usually those are the ones where I have time to sit down an talk more in-depth about design as well analyze trends!
“Amazing, delicious, mind-bendingly wonderful chocolate. It’s pure joy in every bite and it comes from passion. But for us, it’s about more than chocolate. It’s about the land, the people, the dedication and the interconnected relationships that bind us all.”
“A Recipe book with illustrative handmade food typography that follows the story of Marcelle, a Patisserie Chef who falls in love with typography.”
“I wanted to take the idealogy of Possibility that anything is reachable, and only by not knowing the possibilities can you not achieve them. After developing several different branding concepts I came up with Outlook, and its sub-brand event of The Possibility Tour. This brand would provide an experience in which the audience (general public) would be given a modern version of a careers advice service.”