Champion Papers produced this colourful packaging designs in 1968 to promote their papers. The packaging was a simple & brightly colored label, to quickly tell the customer that the food inside is superior. More of 60’s Packaging design here.
Phantom of The Paradise Hi-Tops. Art & Designs by Dan Bru. Fine Products Available at Pop-ocalypse
Coca Cola advertising campaign for South America pointing the Soccer World Cup in SouthAfrica 2010.
In sumary, they introduce us Lesotho, a country inside SouthAfrica and suggest us how to take advantge of them. The tricky part is that they use the same campaign in every country.. anyway, it has a punctual closing ad.
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Identity package developed towards the gaming market.
The “Under the Skin: Tattoos in Japanese Prints” Exhibition runs through January 2, 2011 at the MFA in Boston.
“Tattooing became an important feature of Japanese urban popular culture in the early 19th century, influenced strongly by the success of a series of woodblock prints featuring Chinese martial arts heroes with spectacular tattoos, vividly imagined by the artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi. Tattoo artists copied designs from the prints and invented new designs that were, in turn, depicted in later prints. “Under the Skin: Tattoos in Japanese Prints” explores the social background, iconography, and visual splendor of Japanese tattoos through the prints that helped carry the art from the streets of 19th-century Japan to 21st-century tattoo shops all over the world.”
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Festival Trailer shot on Canon EOS 7D with really nice pictures by Pascal E.
Discover the work of this award-winning designer who mixes modern typography, iconic images and traditional Persian themes.
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