But, mostly the logo.
Specifically, I like the way the apostrophe “S” is illustrated in the “Molly’s” part of the name. It’s a unique way to illustrate that a grammatical necessity without that pesky apostrophe.
More: If you want to see the packaging upon which this logo is applied, click the link to Dieline!
The Tucumen brand of wine is the product of an Argentinean vineyard and represents the regions of Tucuman and Mendoza.
Appropriately, the design of the labels use a “patchwork” layout to convey the joining of two different areas of the country, while also applying color that brings to mind the vibrant Latin culture that is Argentina.
These features, along with the fun mix of font types, help the Tucumen brand stand out among its stuffier competitors on retail shelves.
Apparently (I’m not really a beer-drinker), this is the re-introduction of Miller64 — a 64-calorie light beer option from MillerCoors. Regardless, of whether one is familiar with the product, this new identity is certainly eye-catching.
The subtle design details, crisp typography, and masculine color scheme (I love the rich grey blue!) bring a refreshingly modern aesthetic to the the beer world.
A quick post to start off a cheerful Friday: This colorful wedding invitation “suite” features all sorts of nice touches, including a wax seal, a great mix of typography, and…lilacs.
Click the link for many more detailed images of these spring-inspired pieces.
Oh, and have a wonderful Friday!
What better way to kick of the week than with some fun food truck graphics? Great colors, fun type, entertaining messages, and useful (I hope) QR codes all add up to a great reason to skip the restaurant and hit the streets.
These are beautifully textural images from the title sequence of the latest Sherlock Holmes film. I’ve yet to see the film, but the first one was certainly a visual treat, so I expect nothing less of the sequel.
Click the link to Graphic-Exchange above for many more images and an interview with the designer, Prologue.
Gorgeous work by gifted designers!
In the age of electronic newsletters and impersonal “Dear, Friend” emails, I love the idea of bringing back the hand-worn, vintage feel of the classic, informative, interesting newsletter.
In addition to the beautiful paper selected for this piece, the interesting mix of typography makes this a mailer that - I would presume - most people would love to receive.
The beauty of this packaging required a quick post. It’s ‘modern vintage’ at its finest: great colors, strong typography, and the design is…just enough.
I may have to track this stuff down to add to my bathroom shelves.
There are more great images at the link - have a look!
In case you don’t frequent the magazine section of your local bookstore, I thought I would quickly share this Esquire cover that caught my eye last weekend.
Maybe I’m an easy girl to please, but I thought it was one of the most fun, clever, and amusing “designs” I’ve seen in some time.
I’ve always found the art direction in the pages of Esquire to be well done. And, the eye-catching quality of this hand-illustrated cover is not only humorous, but it draws attention to the consideration that goes into the “real” layouts we typically see.
Thanks for not taking yourselves too seriously, Esquire!
Also: Daniel Craig…