Topionic is a series of antiseptic and disinfectant products, developed to treat skins wounds. The packaging was designed by Mireia Ordeix, an industrial designer from Barcelona, based on a previous graphic style, the new packaging and label system keeps all the important information in a vertical form and uses the same color system from before.
Beer bottle and carrying box designed by Einav Vaisman, a visual communications student from Jerusalem, Israel. The design includes a a clever mix of fruits and even a humming bird with humans legs, I guess that’s okay.
Calligraphic compositions made with a variety of tools presented in hatched pattern, created by Maria Elvira Maggi, an independent designer, with an incredible love and passion for calligraphy.
Beautiful hand crafted illustrations for Wine labels by designer Basia Bugalska.
Three labels for three different types of wine: White, red and rose wine. The main goal as the designer describes, was to display wine as an important element of cuisine, that’s why she included animals as part of the labels.
Ikea is a slab serif typeface by Serge, a freelance graphic designer from Ufa, Russia. He specialise in logo design, hand lettering and branding. Ikea supports Latin, Cyrillic and Bashkir characters set.
Teastories is a tea store located in Vienna, they sell premium teas and a variety of tea related products. The branding and packaging was designed by Anagrama, a branding agency from Mexico, they created all the elements involved to the brand including tags and towels. Anagrama explains that the logo is a mixed of quotation marks and tea leaves, which leaves to the idea that every tea comes from a different background and history.
Lettering and illustrations by independent Canadian artist Aaron Schwartz, who is currently living in Laax, Switzerland; had his first solo exhibition at the Livingruhm Cafe & Bar in Flims, Switzerland. The pieces had the mountain living of snowboarders and the outdoors adventurers as the main topic.
The pieces were digitally printed and framed in wooden frames at the local second-hand shop.
LaDoubleJ is a new shoppable website where curated vintage fashion and accessories live together, selected by hand pieces that from around the world.
The branding and website development was commissioned to Frank Studio, a creative group created by directors and The Level Group.