Emrich Office created this packaging for a Mexican chocolate stout by Copper Kettle Brewing. It features details and illustrations that evoke Aztec and other ancient indian cultures, upon which the recipe is based. The final label was printed using copper …
This logotype by Michelle Wang for a fictional, unconventional ballet troupe makes good use of motion by linking the letters in illustrative ways. Via We Love Typography.
Rolling Stone is under fire on all fronts: social media, stores that sell their magazine, and pretty much all media serving the New England/Boston market. The controversy is centered on the publication’s August magazine depicting Boston Marathon rolling-stonebombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover.
Packaging and brand identity for Stoats, a Scottish oats company by Robot Food. Check out more examples and a review of the direction on BP&O.
Kansas City-based Vahalla Studios created this 3-color letterpress poster which makes good use of color, lines, shapes and typography.
Hong Kong-based design studio Blow created these vibrant thank you cards by using silkscreen and hot-stamping gold effects on Astrobrights Paper. The result produced some unique and bold color combinations.