Category Archives: Design

Wild West Beef Jerky Packaging

In South Africa, we take biltong very seriously. Entire stores and brands are built around our love for dried meat. This makes it so interesting to see how these types of products are branded in other countries. We love what Pearlfisher, the creative agency behind this work, has done here.

Wild West Beef Jerky is a UK-based brand that sells (we’re sure you guessed it from the name), beef jerky. We love how they took high quality illustration to make their brand feel more premium and feel like it has more ‘quality’. Such a great example of how branding can make a product so much more interesting and exciting from a consumer perspective.

Check it out below.

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Make Your Mark Stationery

There’s something so special about high quality stationery. It’s a little bit of an obsession for us, but please do indulge us. Here, we’re sharing some awesome products from kikki.K, a Swedish design company. They’re all just so… perfect!

Check out more awesome stationery to drool over at the kikki.K website here.

 

Capital Magazine

Hedeker is a wealth management firm that produces a quarterly publication, which covers important info for investors and potential future customers of the company. The publication, Capital, is a real sight to behold – with great attention paid to type and design which is just spot on.

Another great example of how good design can lift content or information which might be a little dreary for some and elevate it into something engaging and appealing. We love it!

Dom Perignon Poker Set

How nice is this? Benoit Berger designed and illustrated this limited edition poker set for Dom Perignon. We love the understated elegance and attention to detail. It’s the perfect mix of opulence and restraint! And to keep it exciting, there are only 1000 of these sets that were made!

See more below!

Amie Bakery – Corporate Identity

Amie Bakery is a small bakery based in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and we are entirely in love with their corporate identity, designed by Peck & Company, a design firm in Nashville. This is such a great example of how good design can lift an entire company and make even a small, independent bakery able to compete on a global scale.

We just wish more small businesses had the sense (and budget!) to invest in good design!

Check out more below.

10×17 – Website

What a great project! This website, 10×17, has artists and designers reinterpret the album cover designs of their favourite albums of 2017.

The perfect way to combine multimedia design, illustration and design!

We do suggest you take the time to browse through the site and see if any of your favourite albums from the year got the reinterpretation treatment!

You can visit the site here.