There is a dearth of typeface wrapping papers out there but this holiday season can be different if you reach for these!
Jennifer Morla’s design is a joyful combination of raw improvisation and energetic discipline. For four decades she has embodied the California sense of chaotic frenzy and personal iconoclasm. It is hard to believe that Morla, who has been honored so many times, has not yet had a monograph. Well, thanks to Letterform Archive’s publication...
Medical marijuana packaging is a new frontier. And Jeff Johnson, founder, owner and designer of Replace in Minneapolis, has just completed a brand and packaging system for Vireo cannabis products.
If these beer labels and packaging designs say anything about the flavor of the product within, then you're in for some delicious spirits. And if these 13 Regional Design Award-Winners don't keep you warm this weekend, we're not sure what will.
Madécasse uses Madagascar cocoa to produce flavorful chocolate that is unmatched by the mass market, and design firm Ptarmak's branding and design—which was recognized in the 2017 PRINT Regional Design Awards—had to reflect that.
The Japanese have long been masters of packaging design and production. Remember the influential book How To Wrap 5 Eggs? These package labels are more prosaic than the eggs, but just as eye-catching in a crude, commercial manner.
The Victoria & Albert, one of the world's great museums for all kinds of popular culture, published in 1985 Orange and Lemons: Fruit Wrappers from the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Nothing in this year’s RDA captures the wanderlust of the Far West quite like the can designs for Fieldwork Brewing Company.
How do you celebrate the holidays? Our RDA winners have some suggestions. Check out some decked-out, holiday-cheering, gift-tastic winners from across the US. Still need some gift ideas? HOW Design has its Gift Guide for Designers. Happy Holidays! 1. Alcoholidays—I love you [ ] Man [ ] Woman 1 Tick Pony gave their clients the...
Safety razors are making a comeback and we can't help but drop our jaws at the rich typography on their packaging.