Archive for the ‘Packaging’ Category

Chocolate Mail by Toby Ng Design

October 28, 2008

Toby says “The act of licking stamps, is loved by some and disgusts others. Even though nowadays there are sticker stamps, those old-fashioned lickable stamps will never die. So if we have to lick it anyway why not make it tasty so we can all be happier. I designed a set of stamps called Chocolate Mail, which comes in 3 flavours – dark, milk and white chocolate. They are a set of 24 1st class stamps that are designed to look like a bar of chocolate, packaged as an envelope.”

These delicious chocolate stamps and other nice works at his online portfolio.

Toby Ng Design


Dress that music!

September 1, 2008

Chris Bolton is a British/Canadian educated graphic designer, based in Helsinki. With other very nice projects, in his portfolio you can find amazing works for cd covers and record sleeves.

Chris Bolton


July 9, 2008

“Because we had an idea – to create beautiful things that make life better and save the world. A big ask? We don’t think so. Everything B_E_E does changes what green products should be. We believe being green doesn’t mean you have to compromise on beauty and performance. So everything we do is designed for pleasure, function and the environment. Or in other words to B_E_E Beauty Engineered for Ever.”


via (NON) 2

Michael Young for Herdeiros Passanha

April 28, 2008

I love olive oil. I also love great olive oil packaging. industrial designer MIchael Young creates these amassing olive oil glass bottles for Herdeiros Passanha.

Michael Young

via dezeen


April 16, 2008

I want them now!

“Many companies enjoy packaging their goods inside nasty materials covered in gaudy graphics.That’s because many companies are controlled by crazy people.

Most of our packaging is made of molded paper pulp. We enjoy molded paper pulp because it is soft and it makes interesting shapes. Also because it is made from 100% recycled materials and it is compostable- which means one day, it will probably become a part of a large tree. Maybe you can cut down that tree and make it into a speedboat.”


Graphic tape grid

March 19, 2008


I just love this!