Photo-diary Christmas 2011!
Hope everyone had a great time over Christmas and enjoyed every moment:) Here is some photographs I took in the last few days over Christmas I also wrapped some presents in my illustrated wrapping paper that I printed, but unfortunately didn’t find time to create some Christmas cards like every year I leave to to the very last minute! ahh well.Next year it is!
//Tikiuosi visiem praejo šventes puikiai ir mėgavotės kiekviena akimirka. Štai keleta nuotrauku padarytu per Kalėdines dienas.
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photograph of me & my good friend Gareth from a boxing night in Belfast
Some angel decorations in my house love that candle! see more photos –>
By the way I bought some lovely tea today as I have an addiction on buying loads of tea I probably have peppermint already, but the packaging was so pretty that I just had to buy it and it was only 99p per box , tell me now isn’t it such a pretty tea packaging? I thought so.. IT IS!
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While looking for creative inspirations for my university projects I found this absolutely stunning packaging for Lee designed by Happy Creative Services
found via Dieline <— click to see the rest, the idea is brilliant, definitely would love to get one of these!
“With the relevance of eco-friendly initiatives increasing every day, Lee wanted an innovative solution that would display their affiliation towards the same and also spread the message amongst their customers.
To drive the message home in a fun and effective way, we went for something a bit more inventive than just a bag made of recycled paper. The ‘Never Wasted’ shopping bag that can be reused in one way or another. Some for fun, some for function, but nothing ever goes into the trash. Not only did this make the idea long-lasting and interactive but also conveyed the message in a fascinating manner. A surge in interest from patrons forced us to produce 100 times more bags than the initial production of 3,000 bags.”
Last week me and my friend went to a local caffee bar called muriels [Belfast], We decided to check out their cocktail menu, and one of the cocktails looked really mysterious, as they wouldn’t tell us what was in it so we decided to give it a try, and it was really amazing! Loved the ‘glass’ and packaging was great as well, so we ordered another one! They were pretty strong so definitel worth trying them out if you are in Belfast :)
I was doing some research for my current branding project when I came across this Clean and simple typographic solution for this Hungarian dairy brand’s visual identity.Designed by Fontos Graphic Design , what you think?
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I found this great packaging via dieline.com I admire the the illustrative style of this packaging, I would definitely buy one of these just because of the interesting packaging that’s very different from what we see everyday.
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The work of Eric Hu, who is still a student at Art Center College of Design in California, Born in 1989 extremely talented Eric has a lot to offer have a look at his work on his website http://www.erichu.info/
A design company Hort have designed a type treatment, a font, several shoeboxes (for each part of nyc) and a huge mural as an announcement for “The world is watching” street basketball event. Nice job they did see for yourself what you think, I love it!