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Pearlfisher have created the new packaging designs for the Natural Confectionery Company sweets packaging. Simple presentation of the product but making great relation to the characters on the packaging as well as the function of the sweets I guess.

See the rest of the series here.





The Chrono-Shredder is a device made by Susanna Hertrich that reminds us of the preciousness of our lifetime. It represents the passing of time by shredding the days of the year – printed on a paper roll – at a slow constant rate. To shred one day takes 24 hours. There is no “off”-button. As the seconds pass by, the tattered remains of the past pile up under the device.







This is a work-in-progress of 1 of the 4 flyers I’m designing for my current class project. The assignment is to design 4 pieces on a subject of my choosing. These could range from book covers, CD covers, magazine covers and anything else you could think of. The only thing is they all have to be part of a visual system and they all have to be executed with different elements of design. This, for example, (basically) uses only color and type. The other 3 will be photography & type, illustration and type only.

So, I decided to do an imaginary college house party with an event name of “Don’t Get Skunk’d.” I’ll be posting the rest as I work on the project.







Bandit’s Roost (1888), by Jacob Riis, from “How the Other Half Lives.” Bandit’s Roost, at 59½ Mulberry Street (Mulberry Bend), was the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of all New York City.







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Just came across this iPhone game Colorblind by Nonverbal. I don’t have an iPhone but judging by the videos showing off the impeccable design and great presentation it looks like it’s worth the dollar.

The game asks the user to drag ribbon across their screen in order to match it to coloured dots and create patterns.

One version if free, the full version will cost you $2.

Check out more information here.









A little sketch book I made with a chipboard cover.







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