A student concept design that truly bring sincerity throughout. With a packaging system that is both practical and eco friendly. The design is beautiful with handwritten typography, creating a pattern with information.
"HORNEA is a new wrapping system for bread and pastries adaptable to any size. It consists of a parchment-paper roll with recipes printed on it, using only one ecological and recyclable black ink. It's a multifunctional packaging system, because once used as a take away wrapper, it can still be used as baking paper at home. HORNEA aims to be eco-friendly by reducing the environmental impact that current packagings have on our planet."
Designer: Vania Nedkova, Anna Gené, Cristina Maldonado
Photography: Thomas Williams
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TODAY MARKS THE FIRST NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL DAY.
The U.S. Patent Office first recognized the term “industrial design” in 1913. The profession attracted the attention of the American public in 1927 at the Exposition of Art in Trade in New York City, with the U.S. government hailing the craft as an important “modern movement.”Read More
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This bottle of cider gets the royal treatment adorn with gold and decorative flourishes.Read More
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Meet Anna & Hanna the design duo and Co-Founders from Tomorrow Machine.
Tomorrow Machine is a Swedish design studio based in Stockholm & Paris, specialized in package, product and food concepts. Their vision is to build a better world through research, new technologies & intelligent material. They believe in looking at science from a creative point of view to shape the innovations of tomorrow.
Bringing heritage, tradition and youth with this newest project from Anagrama, El Tinieblo. A beautiful design for Mezcal that brings the color black in its full glory. The design focuses on antlers throughout. The glass bottle is embossed with antlers right in the front of the bottle. A design that is simple and truly lovely!Read More