After its launch of limited edition bottle designs for London Olympics 2012, Coca-Cola has unveiled six limited-edition cans to cheer on Team USA. Called the Coca-Cola ‘Eight-Pack’, the cans designed by design studio Tucker Duckworth feature graphical silhouettes of some of Team USA’s Olympic champions, medalists and hopefuls in action within their sports.
Fredy Santiago is an illustrator from the Midwest (Holland, Michigan). He was born and raised in Guanajuato, Mexico for 13 years and discovered a passion for drawing at a very young age. He finds inspiration in street art, cartoons, vintage paraphernalia, and spectral vibrancy. Fredy uses a variety of colors in his art which derive directly from his Mexican background. His artwork is composed from subjects and feelings which reflect the beauty and honesty of youth; facing the threats that we encounter everyday as we mature, and how those experiences affect who we become in the future. The art challenges concepts centered on perfection, perception, and disposition. His work can be seen through a variety of platforms, both in digital and traditional media context. He has a strong affinity for Star Wars, the beach, and developing a stylized technique in his work.
San Francisco couple placed two shipping containers right inside their industrial loft to serve as their home office and guest bedroom. (see more pictures here)
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Müd is a take away brand for people who are lactose intolerant.…
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Multi disciplinary designer specializing in business communication services: logo development, signs, corporate and brand identity, brand development, rebranding, corporate and brand guidelines and websites. Experienced in developing exciting creative business ideas to refresh and transform brands and make them unique, clear and attractive through different media.
Singapore-based design student Chan Min Yun has rethought the way we take our pills to make it less dreadful and unpleasant. In her project ‘Luxury is feeling blessed in the face of adversity’, Chan repackaged three common medicines—namely, amoxicillin (antibiotic for children), acetaminophen (menstrual relief), and paracetamol (pain relief and fever)—into dissolvable origami.
Happycentro is a creative studio based in Verona, Italy. They have many important clients such as Swatch, LV, Sony Ericsson, Ray Television etc. As you may see below, Happycentro’s work is definitely worth to be featured here on Cruzine. You’ll understand why all those large businesses and agencies chose to work with them. There is so much creativity and originality … I really like the origami and typography artworks. Those are probably my favorites. Guys, if you’re looking for inspiration … this post is a must! Enjoy.
It’s built of anodized aluminum and fits right in your palm. It features no physical buttons, yet is easy enough for your mother to use. A magnetic latch makes the trickiest mechanism a snap. And of course, it comes in three colors.
It’s not the latest iPod. It’s the Pax, a $250 electronic cigarette replacement from a young company called Ploom. Out in August of this year, the Pax accepts any loose leaf tobacco (or recreational herb), and within 30 seconds, transforms it into a puffable, smokeless vapor.
It’s already the second collection of cool food ideas we’re presenting here at Cruzine, although this time we’re adding few hot gadgets you could use behind the dining table .). Mainly ladies gonna surely appreciate the Daniel Craig Popsicle by Del Monte … guys on the other hand maybe the Cup of Fame by Donkey Creative Lab. Experience the taste of luxury with Ladurée‘s Macarons – you gotta admit, these look just perfect. Of course there is plenty of other delicious meals … it’s time to take a closer look .) but guys, during the lunchtime it’s on your own risk! Enjoy!