These amazing environmental graphics were designed by Paris-based Sébastien M for the the School of Environmental Management & Engineering (EME), located just outside of Rennes, France. They have a kind of retro vibe (well, if you consider the ’80’s retro), that feels current without being contrived. It’s a feat to design something that’s both youthfully relevant and deftly sophisticated; yet he’s accomplished just that. Bravo!
Love this project by Sydney-based designer Olivia King. “Trigonometry is a concept packaging project that looks at the how an increasing demand for a greater user experience and interaction with a product can be met through a thoughtful design approach. Focussing first on establishing a bright and engaging visual identity for this idea, I also wanted to explore the way that an app can allow for a fully unique creation of an item that is tailored to the customer’s personal preferences – from colour, shape and material – and in doing so, elevate the value of the customer’s role in both the brand and its product.” Gorgeous!
Toronto designer Matt Greenwood recently created this brief video about design principles… with a little nudge towards breaking them.
Read more in the Stash interview.
- Animation & Design by Matt Greenwood
- Music by Proem
This morning I’ll be volunteering at Second Harvest Heartland alongside a number of my co-workers (today’s mission? Packaging tortillias.), and this afternoon I plan to work from home. Now, I definitely feel good about the volunteering part – but who knew working from home could make a difference too? Check this handy infographic from Mashable…
Urban Organics is a local organic food co-op in Oklahoma that retrieves crops from local farmers and brings them to the city, allowing members to purchase local organically grown food direct from the farm. When it came time to do their branding, they turned to the Dallas-based agency Foundry Collective. The approach is as fresh as their produce; modern and optimistic with enough polish to be credible without seeming disingenuous.