People who like shopping, it give them a great joy when they’re walking in the street or the mall holding a beautiful bag, right? specially when it shows strong contestant messages with awesome artworks.
Nowadays shopping bags are an integral part of any BTL campaign, not only because its form or size, or even strong printing technique, but also because bags are a good publicity tool; when people are moving around, that’s why advertisers should take into consideration the way how they put messages and artworks on their bags.
A package fully focused on minimalism, resulting in a clear container.
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Although known for their world-class wines, Napa Valley grows more than high quality grapes. Napa Organics, a small, family-run business handmakes “Agribeauty” products in small batches, using a simple set of one to five ingredients, sourced from local organic family farms.
One of Napa Organics’s philosophies is that their products should contain nothing more than what is necessary for your skin. No added fillers, water, or synthetics.
Designer Ewan Yap‘s latest artwork was inspired by the ‘Big Brand Theory’, with the idea being that you can take any big brand logo and crop it down to its minimalist form, while still resulting in an image that more aesthetically pleasing that the public will still recognize.
Tough ballistic nylon is tearproof, waterproof and lightweight. Crafted for durability and convenience. [Watch it on BonjourLife]
This name means “One Pine Tree”, a symbol of charity and hope for Japan’s brighter future.
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They spend their time sniffing around local farmer’s markets, pawing through stacks of vinyl at the record store, and making biting remarks at the café. They’re hipster puppies-and they’re always snarky, impeccably accessorized, and undeniably adorable. From the site hipsterpuppies.tumblr.com comes never-before-seen photos of these pupsters at play, as well as some of the blog’s most popular shots. With their oversized egos-and sunglasses-they run the gamut from music festival fauxhemians to ironic trucker-hat-wearing vegans. And they’re guaranteed to melt readers’ jaded hearts.
Label design for Grupo Caballero’s new rhum, by Tres Tipos Gráficos.
The goal was to emphasize the product’s caribbean roots by stamping its name “Contrabando” (meaning smuggling in spanish) forcefully over the traditional graphic imagery, as if local customs had busted an original foreign product.