Inspiration for entrepreneurs is all around, but the deep details about how a brand goes from an idea to a physical product or service are fuzzy. We’re breaking it down this week with one of the founders of LOLA, Jordana Kier. In part 2 of a 4-part series, learn about how she and Alexandra Friedman got the idea for this feminine hygiene product delivery service and how they turned into a full-fledged business.
In honor of National Tequila Day yesterday (July 24th), we decided to put together a collection of some of our favorite tequila packaging designs. Don't forget the salt and lime!
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Obnoxious pink ribbons, floating butterflies, and women smiling for no apparent reason whatsoever, other than the fact that they’re having their period—these are what you’ll commonly see on pad and tampon packaging. Which is why LOLA is so refreshing. Instead of tip-toeing around “that time of month,” they’ve created a line of feminine hygiene products that celebrate the fact that menstruation is natural, and it can simply be a normal part of your life.
Experience your favorite childhood fairytales all over again with The Fairytale Collection, designed by Bessermachen Design Studio. We spoke with the agency to learn more about what inspired these gorgeous boxes of chocolate, why they chose to do paper cut illustrations, the emotions that drive each design, and more.
For the 25th year, NYC Restaurant Week is back for the foodies of Manhattan and every borough. The famed event, taking place starting today, July 24th to August 18th, 2017 celebrates the culinary cultural mosaic of the city and the global cuisines that New York City has to offer. To revive the design for their anniversary, NYC Restaurant Week turned to The Working Assembly for something that would reflect the fun and inclusivity of this annual event that New Yorkers love so. We spoke with TWA to learn a little bit more about create the design behind this much anticipated experience, highlighting cultures in digital platforms, taking NYC Restaurant Week in a new direction, and more.