This on-the-go packaging for sandwiches was designed by Russian agency OTVETDESIGN. The packaging includes cut-outs denoting the variety meat per each sandwich, to include chicken, pork, and fish. The on-the-go concept is reinforced by the use of city maps on pack, always reminding the consumer to eat while being busy.
SIGG Water Bottles
SIGGs can be found on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. New styles are introduced each year with over a hundred new unique styles in 2008.
Designed and manufactured in Switzerland from a single piece of pure aluminum
These are some new designs.
A very eco friendly bottle when considering the following:
2007 headlines posted the message: Disposable plastic water
bottles are bad news. Diseases grow in them, landfills are full of
them, and people just don’t recycle them. Single use, disposable
water bottles (PET plastic) create millions of tons of unnecessary
waste each year. According to the Container Recycling Institute,
less than 15% of plastic water bottles used in the U.S. are actually
recycled. Over 100 million plastic bottles wind up in landfills
– every day- and they take up to 1,000 years each to biodegrade!
SIGG bottles are designed to be reusable and are 100 percent recyclable
at the end of their very long lives.
Dixie Toga Amazing Holographic Collection of Empty Packs
"Casa Rex, one of Brazil’s most creative and awarded design agencies, has designed a unique Holographic Collection of packs as a promotional marketing tool for Dixie Toga — the leading manufacturer of packaging material in Latin America — to enable them to offer holographic packaging solutions to their clients.
As the objective was to sell holography for packaging, it would be natural to expect to see holographic packs. But this posed a problem: there was nothing inside the packs and therefore, no theme or concept that could be explored from a design perspective. Faced with this scenario, instead of developing meaningless dummies posing as real products (a common technique used in the packaging industry), Casa Rex came up with an innovative concept and developed the Dixie Toga Amazing Holographic Collection of Empty Packs, turning the 'no content' issue into the creative idea behind the execution."
Plumb is a new line of blank notebooks envisioned, designed, and illustrated by contemporary artists, created in collaboration with Knock Knock. Each element is carefully considered, from inside to outside, paper to binding, size to function, with the aim of enhancing the creative process.
Every season, the Plumb team works with three selected artists to design the blank notebooks that they want to see in the world. The artists are asked to think about how they use notebooks in different environments, for varied applications, and about the meaning and utility of recording their ideas. Often they have been inspired by store-bought notebooks which they’ve altered and hacked to suit their unique purposes.