Working on this logo for a business that produces olives and olive oil.
Experimented with a bit of texture.
It´s been a while since I last uploaded a collection of excellent packaging examples I´ve found. Since I´ve been working on a personal tea packaging project in my free time, I have been looking for inspiration and have come across wonderful work. Enjoy.
Freddy Taylor, United Kingdom.
Estudio Rumba, Argentina.
Imaginista Branding, Canada.
Mette Hornung Rankin, United States.
I have nothing to say except this video is cool and this band is amazing.
Visit the band´s site at www.interpolnyc.com
Found these the other day. They are ridiculous, but fun stuff I did during my first semester of university. Thought it would be funny to post them.
I first came across the print work created for their yearly festival and loved it SO much that I had to visit their site. It is just as great. The look & feel of everything is too fabulous not to include on my blog.
LUCKYRICE is a media and marketing company located in Manhattan that loves Asian-style cuisine and culture so much, that they work with hundreds of chefs/restaurants and corporate/culinary partners to bring Asian culinary culture to consumers in North America. The company organizes an annual week of festivities called the LUCKYRICE Festival.
For more about the company & festival, visit www.luckyrice.com
This song makes me happy, and with all the violence and general bad stuff going on in the city I live in, I sometimes need things to remind me about the positive things in life.
In this Florence & the Machine video, each musical element of the song is personified by a group of characters. I liked that they decided to go for a completely white background.
For more about the band, visit www.florenceandthemachine.net
Wow! Wow!! Wow!!!
Came across work from this Ukrainian illustrator today and was completely mesmerized by it.
This looks like fun! I am going to make my first attempts at drawing fashion very soon.
Here are some random sketches found in a notebook I used almost two years ago. The quality isn´t very good, nor did I edit them in photoshop. I figured, a sketch is a sketch.
A couple of weeks ago, I went to a Dominique Lemieux exhibit at a museum. She designed the costumes for every Cirque du Soleil production between 1989 and 2009. Her beautiful drawings inspired me to try some fashion designing of my own. Hopefully, I will be drawing more of these.
Came across this illustrator´s site today, and all I can say is... wow. The style, the colors... I loved every piece I saw. Go check it out for yourself, cus it´s all freagin´ fantastic (his site address is down below).
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