Josep Puy from Barcelona designed this amazing graphic identity for the brand of skin-care products Beige. Visual selection of the most beautiful effect and great sobriety declined in several products to discover images.
Lolea is the personal project of friends who want to share what they love. Products are Sangrias quality made by craftsmen: good wine is made with natural ingredients. Because Lolea is a tribute to friendship, family, celebration and joy, always served very cold with a slice of lemon and orange.
Nike had the excellent idea to offer without warning in New York recently a distributor not to get drinks, but for various sections of the brand to the point like socks or a shirt. For these objects, just not exchange money, but the Fuel invented by the brand for its connected as Nike+ FuelBand by plugging in USB.
Tim Rotermund achieved these beautiful packaging for the brand T. A modern and harmonious design in each of the packaging: boxes of tea, paper cups and bags are in the same harmony with pastel colors such as pink, blue and white. Each product is marked with a T, embossed or simply printed.
Performed by Le Duo for IDEAT magazine, these illustrations represent three major themes: furniture design made by top designers such as Hans Wegner and Charles Ray Eames, famous monuments from different cities such as New York, Sydney, London and finally, the types of families from cities such as Paris, Berlin and Milan.
For the brand Jordan, agency Wieden+Kennedy New York asked Matt Aselton to direct a spot as a tribute to the baseball legend Derek Jeter who will be retired at the end of the 2014 season. Named “Re2pect” after his player number, the video shows celebrities such as Michael Jordan, Spike Lee, Tiger Woods and Jay-Z, tipping their cap for him, before he throws his ball, like a ritual.
Since the beginning of the World Cup, Havas Paris imagined for the City of Architecture, an original campaign with one word : “A bit of culture during the World Cup.” Every day a match is announced by illustrations of iconic monuments of countries competing : minimalist images and words to architectural and football references.
To illustrate the slogan “Letters Can Kill”, Lightfarm Studios has made letters shaped by the faces of different dictators such as Hitler, Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong II. A campaign realized by the Japanese car brand Mitsubishi, to encourage the drivers not to use their phones to text while they’re driving.
“Monomyth” is a collaboration between Sawdust, art director Andrew Stellitano and photographer Dominic Davies. The concept of this project is the three main stages of the story “Monomyth” by Joseph Campbell with typographical representations like no other : Each of the three works have been performed using real laser-cut pasta.