Forget the latest desktop printer from HP or Epson, what you need is a new miniature printing press designed by the traveling open source design studio Letterproeftuin out of the Netherlands. Created for the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival Chaumont earlier this year, the miniature screen and letter printing presses were created so that Letterproeftuin could create smaller prints while on location at printing shows. While it doesn’t look like they have any plans to mass produce the presses I imagine such a thing could be extremely popular these days.
The design of eggnog cartons is probably not something most people give a lot of thought too, but Seattle-based graphic designer Madeleine Eiche is an exception.
She has started the “Eggnog Project”, an online catalog where she documents the surprisingly good-looking designs of eggnog packaging from all over North America.
“The peculiarities of the packaging range from festive to banal, minimal to unappetizing, and each seem to be printed with complete disregard for color alignment. It is precisely these things that make for such compelling kitsch.”
From California and New York to Vancouver, British Columbia, this charming collection of Tetra Pak cartons reminds us that beauty can be found in the most unlikely of places.
Manila-based illustrator Risa Rodil created an illustrated alphabet series that was inspired by ‘The Hunger Games’.
Simply titled ‘The Hunger Games Alphabet’, the letters are represented by a character, setting or element from the series.
For example, ‘C’ is for Capitol, ‘K’ is for Katniss, ‘M’ is for Mockingjay, and ‘R’ is for Reaping.
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Creative Director: Matteo Civaschi, Gianmarco Milesi
Art Director: Matteo Civaschi, Teresa Fontes, Cristina Rocchetti
Copywriter: Gianmarco Milesi
Illustrator: Teresa Fontes, Cristina Rocchetti