TODAY ON THE DIELINE:
Start your week right by revisiting the Top 10 Packaging Projects from last week and let us know which one is your favorite.
Did you know Heineken was rebranded in 1964 when owner Alfred Heineken realised that at the time shopping was mainly done by women? With that in mind, the font on his label was changed in where the three e's are slightly slanted backwards, giving a smiing effect.
Close friends contribute to our personal growth. They also contribute to our personal pleasure, making the music sound sweeter, the wine taste richer, the laughter ring louder because they are there” said the author Judith Viorst.
The team at Gasoline has done it again. Creating the brand identity and packaging for skin care line Iraa, a clean, bright and beautiful design – adjectives that can also be used when talking about the end result of using skin care products.
What an amazing “before and after”
Stash is a Portland-based specialty and herbal tea company founded in 1972 that sells both bagged and loose leaf tea, with one brick and mortar store that offers tea tastings.
Rizovoli, a Greek brand specializing in Kimi fig products, gets lots of love from designers over at Costas Polatoglou.
The week is finally over and it's time to celebrate with this week's concepts we wish were real!
An awkward topic and honestly a rather smelly one but fear no more for Poo-Pourri is here to the rescue.
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Detergent pods look like candies and attract children. Already 17,000 have ingested, inhaled or touched the content. Can design solve this problem?
Between the introduction in 2012 of detergent pods and the end of 2013, 17,000 children under the age of six have ingested or inhaled the detergent contained within the pods, or sprayed it in their eyes. (*Detergent Pods Pose Risk to Children, Study Finds, NYT 10/11/2014).