I love these posters by American graphic designer Byron Cunningham, printed using various techniques like wood blocks, rubber stamps and screen printing. Check out more of his work here.
I absolutely adore this cheese and cheese-cutter pack by designers Galya Akhmetzyanova and Pavla Chuykina. Firstly, the packaging is fantastic – fun and bright with a touch of vintage – and secondly, a cheese that comes with its own knife that cuts… Continue Reading
Take a look at this branding for No. Men’s Skin Care by London-based Taiwanese graphic designer Shou-Wei Tsai. I love the giant numbers on the tubes and the brushed aluminium packaging. It’s very smart and modern with a touch of vintage ‘apothecary’… Continue Reading
Kiwi graphic designer Ryan Romanes has worked on this great packaging along with seven other people for shoe brand ‘One Percent’. I love the simplicity and minimalism of it. Take a look at more of his work here.
I love this project by Leeds-based designer Sarah Pritchard. Keeping Organised is a pack for students in their first year of the BA Graphic Design course to help them – well – keep organised. “The pack comes in an A3 plastic folder, and… Continue Reading
American graphic designer Tessa Mulford worked on this fantastic wedding invitation for her own wedding. The key was to make it nice and casual in order to reflect the wedding itself. “Kraft paper was chosen for its low-brow properties, along with… Continue Reading