This is Australian design agency Swear Words submission to Kult Magazine’s “artificial” issue released in November. Kult Magazine is a Singaporean street press magazine, the first of it’s kind in a city/country where this sort of media and art has never really existed.
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One of the best ways to get your product noticed is to have a clever package design. A package allows you to combine your branding elements, such as a logo, with other creative concepts in order to not only sell your product, but enhance a branding image and gain publicity. Some package designs are utter failures, because they don’t grab your attention, and they’re incredibly difficult to open. Many designers work for long periods of time to come up with a creative package design, because their career hinges on it.
In this post, we’ve gone around and collected 179 of the most creative, inspirational, cool and clever package designs from various brands, and featured them here. From soft drinks to perfume, cigarettes and alcohol, you’ll wish you could find these packages in your local store.
Take a pause with some amazine photographies, where women are a subject important.
In 1969, De Telegraaf published just one photo by Nico Koster that became famous: John Lennon and Yoko Ono pose in bed with a giant flower-basket, and behind them on the window there are two sheets of paper with hand-written slogans: “BED PEACE” and “HAIR PEACE”.
The rest of the photographs of the cycle were not published in 1969. The negatives were lost, but 40 years after the Nico Koster’s daughter Nicole found them in an envelope with her childhood drawings…
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Poster for Children’s Foundation Bodhgaya made from paper leftovers and scrap. This foundation aims to help homeless Dalit (the so-called ‘untouchables’) children in Bihar, India and offers them education, medical care and a place to live. Design by Vos Broekema & Melanie Drent from Dutch agency I DON/T BUY IT. Photography by Arjan Benning.
After some nice papercraft toys, illustrator and character designer Sveta Shubina from Russia introduces us to her latest craftwork, where she plays with paper once again. But who would have thought you could create such amazing artwork by simply folding paper?
Illustrator and designer Nicolas Lesaffre is a great example of how crazy character design is getting these days. The French artist presents a huge collection of characters he has worked on over time; it would seem there is no limit to the range of his imagination.
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