“I was interested in working with an obsolete technology that we all have fond memories of: the cassette tape. After recording a song, the song becomes an object with a specific length. Through this conversion to an object, time and sound become tangible.
This stand-out packaging by Luís Mendonça in collaboration with Rui Mendonça for Alkymist’s soap collection is inspired by the typical Portuguese sheepherders. The women pictured on the soaps are the actual women who have collected the fruits (lemon, apple, orange and fig) to give these handcrafted soaps their fruity aromas.
NYC-based ward-winning graphic designer Christopher Dina, is rapidly making his mark in the world of logo and brand design. Vibrant, energetic and bold, his latest series, ‘Fruit’ successfully showcases his versatile creative talent as he sets out to “celebrate the wondrous varieties of fruit, their unique forms and myriad of colors”.
Designer and art director Leta Sobierajski’s graphic, post-modern aesthetic is achieved through her use of multiple mediums and playful compositions. As the obsession with Memphis Group sweeps through the design industry, Sobierajski’s creations reflect the unconventional shapes and distinct 80s style defined by that period.
A beautiful series of posters is putting the spotlight on typefaces. Michigan-based design studio Woodhouse has created a series of monochrome posters featuring a selection of its favorite fonts. The posters illustrate the uniqueness of each of the typefaces in a simple yet elegant manner, enhanced by some background information for typography nerds.