Did you know according to legend, Scotch Tape earned its name when a frustrated customer told a 3M scientist to "take it back to your Scotch bosses and tell them to put more adhesive on it."
Today we take a look at the Top 10 packaging designs from last week. Happy Holidays!Click to read more
To celebrate 20 years Stranger & Stranger has designed The Book of Stranger for their special friends and clients. This is our 3rd year receiving Stranger & Stranger's special holiday gift and each year we await the arrival because it's always something extraordinary. This year is no exception.
"The Book of Stranger features a few hundred of the four and half thousand jobs we’ve done over that time and is covered in a painting, inspired a little by Hieronymous Bosch, that features all of them. "
Thank you Stranger & Stranger for the great work over the years and this incredible book!
Chateau Puy Mouton design is focused to stand out and bring reminiscent features from roman times. The design brings details such as old English typography, gold foil all with a modern twist.Click to read more
Russian Bear Vodka held a design competition in which designers were invited to redesign their bottle according to the theme "Urban Expressions".Click to read more
Our extended deadline for The Dieline Awards 2015 ends TOMORROW!
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Prohibition Kombucha is the latest craft brew to come out of Minneapolis-St. Paul’s but isn’t made from barley and hops.Click to read more
Today we take a look at 6 concepts that theme in a combination of dark and neutral colors that bring a level of sophistication. Each design mimics antique packaging giving a homemade feel for the modern market.Click to read more
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Dunville & Co was a company established in 1801 that blended pure pot still whiskey as well as import tea in Belfast. The Prohibition caused Dunville to lose its American market and despite its repeal, Dunville did not recover sales and in 1936 the company was liquidated.Click to read more