Tag: packaging

Eat Good Food

Contrary to popular believe, clean sans serif typography doesn’t need to be sterile or corporate. I find this series of frozen food boxes to be quirky and fun, and this is just about as clean as you get. The black type on white background could easily be categorized as nutrition-label-information-graphic-like. On the other hand, naming [...]

February 20 / 2012
Author John
Category Design, Packaging
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Old vs New Cereal Boxes

Take a wild guess as to which version of these cereal boxes I like better. Then, head on over to see a handful more of comparisons at retronaut.com. Funny note, in picking the examples to show here, I didn’t realize until after posting that I only selected the General Mills boxes. There has to be [...]

February 09 / 2012
Author John
Category Packaging
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Mark Gowing

More like, we need to talk about Mark Gowing Design. The guy has one of the portfolios you wish you had. Work of all sorts, from posters and books to music packaging, even custom type. But what first caught my eye was the poster for the movie “We Need To Talk About Kevin,” which I [...]

February 06 / 2012
Author John
Category Design, Typography
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Philippe Bordonado

In my mind, no package design company comes close to the sophistication achieved at Turner Duckworth. Not even close. Okay, maybe Duffy Partners. Maybe. But let’s be honest, neither of these design companies have a website that really does their work justice. Philippe Bordonado’s does. It knocks the socks off of their websites, and his [...]

February 04 / 2012
Author John
Category Packaging
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