Stunning Furniture Design.
The design of the Booleanos cabinets is based on concepts such as addition and subtraction or construction and deconstruction. The overlapping effect is caused by different wood finishes, colors and textures. Booleanos was designed by boutique design consultancy Joel Escalona and it’s part of the project Objeto Glocal Deco, commissioned by Glocal Design Magazine, a publication from Mexico City in collaboration with Masisa, a manufacturer brand of mdf, mdp and particle boards.
22-year-old graphic designer Tyler Christmas has come up with these cool and stylish-looking Star Wars-themed beers.
Christmas used Darth Vader, Stormtrooper and Boba Fett illustrations for his beer labels, making us wonder how they would taste like.
Sadly, this is not a real product, but hopefully someone would turn it into a reality some day.
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.
While GoGo squeeZ is well known for their fun, yummy pouches of applesauce, the company wanted to bring that same kind of playfulness to their headquarters and with the help of Luca Andrisani, of Luca Andrisani Architects, the new offices achieve just that.
Los Angeles-based fashion illustrator and designer Connie Lim started the “Fashion Playing Cards” project years ago—recently, she decided to finally complete the deck.
Consisting of 54 gorgeous, fashion-inspired illustrations that Lim has drawn by hand, these cards mark the illustrator’s coming of age as an artist.
As Lim is particularly inspired by female features and forms, images of beautiful girls—elegant and ethereal in some cases, surrealist in others—feature heavily in this series.