Kiva Confections Packaging Design Takes the Guesswork of Eating Marijuana for Dessert

Curator: Tina Hardison
date: February 27, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Packaging Design
Tags: identity, packaging design
With the the increase of legalization of marijuana in the states comes an increase of importance of communication design for cannabis products. Nathan Sharp and Jamie Lee do this beautifully with the identity and packaging design for Kiva Confections. 
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Gorgeous Gilded Lettering by a Graphic Designer Turned Baker

Curator: Tina Hardison
date: February 23, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Packaging Design
Tags: Bakery, identity, Packaging
Graphic designer turned bakery co-owner Aron Tzimas designed the beautiful identity and packaging for San Francisco's newest bakery, Mr. Holmes Bakehouse. 
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Man vs. Machine: Film4 Broadcast Rebrand

Curator: Erica Gorochow
date: November 19, 2014
Categories: Design in Film, Motion Graphics, Packaging Design
Tags: branding, Film, redesign

Film4 / Idents / Full Set from ManvsMachine on Vimeo.

How do you visually distill cinema in 30 seconds? That brief sounds as enticing as it is daunting, but London-based studio Man vs. Machine crafted a supremely elegant solution to that challenge in their rebrand for the UK’s Film 4 network

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Archangels Bicycle Playing Cards Illustrated by Ginger Monkey

Curator: TypeEd
date: November 12, 2014
Categories: Illustration, Packaging Design, Typography
Tags: illustration
One day we went on an Internet shopping spree for objects adorned with whatever caught our eye. We ended up with eight decks of playing cards from Theory11 and three T-shirts from Hook & Irons. When the packages arrived, we realized we had just gotten an eye-popping shipment of Tom Lane’s fascinating artwork.
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"Do Not Open It," Erik Marinovich's Beautifully Hand-Drawn Letter

Curator: Karan Singh
date: August 27, 2014
Categories: Packaging Design, Typography
Tags: Lettering, Typography
San Francisco-based Erik Marinovich is kind of hard to ignore on the contemporary lettering scene. Not only does he have a respectable roster of previous clients as well as some incredible accolades, but the guy carved type into a tree stump with his bare freakin’ hands (okay, maybe he used tools, whatever). I use a Wacom every day and still struggle with chopsticks, so to go from brushes to chisels is just showing off. 
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