Paper engineer and graphic designer Rob Kelly had a single goal when he set out to create a business card for his wife.
We like to sightsee by experiencing designs from around the world, learning about new cultures as we go.
South African agency Just Design wanted to create a holiday gift "that inspires and delights but also ties back to the company’s core principles of people-centric design, passion and innovative thinking," explains Thelmarie Brink. The result? An inventive holiday cracker that pulls apart to reveal three types of prizes — and one of them is quite delicious.
Despite producing stunning work, digital presses remain, to some, little more than their own office laser printer on steroids.
Every once in a while, “in your face” is precisely what’s needed. And that is exactly what this self-promo does.
This companion piece to the School of Visual Arts MFA Design Class of 2016 program walks the walk.
Charmaine Choi wanted to create a keepsake for guests coming to her fall 2015 wedding in New York City. Most of the guests were from out of town, so the couple decided to create a mini-guide to New York through their own eyes. It doubled as an invitation plus a handy resource to help guests plan their trip to the Big Apple.
Few companies have as tight a lock on their industry as Tetra Pak. Picture a milk carton. Picture a juice carton. Chances are you’re picturing a Tetra Pak product. Dependable? Yes. Reliable? Absolutely. Unfortunately, neither of these qualities screams exciting, which is unfortunate.
Upon completing the Unrefined Olive’s identity design, the Small Monsters was commissioned to create a gift package in just seven days.
When your trade is “tailored floral design,” it helps to have an identity that instantly differentiates you.
Perhaps the most impressive aspect to this piece is just how ordinary it appears at first glance.
What do you do with gorgeous business cards with an outdated address? EnZed transforms this problem into an opportunity.
For 13 years Clampitt Paper has honored the sacred bond between designers and the grape with its “Wine Label Competition.”
The challenge for Ellen Bruss in creating 250 invitations was expressing the attitude of the event while honoring the featured artist.
The Eight O Five apartment building in Chicago bills itself as being “not just a box” but “architecture with a soul.”