Its not that the client isn’t always right… its that as a graphic designer, and marketer, I am trained and experienced in helping you to solve your graphic design problems. That said – you know your business, needs and tastes better than anyone… so the best experience comes when the designer and client work together in harmony. [via]
Some cute & creative packaging design for milk… There’s nothing purer than a child and German company Milla knows it. That’s why they built their brand upon this truth. This packaging shows childhood confessions and makes us go back in time. Milla brings back the pureness by encouraging people to go to millaconfessions.com and share their innocent memories. [via]
Eliska Podzimkova creates new worlds by adding illustrations to photos of New York. Check out more here.
“This item came about as the result of finding some old fabric sitting around that had a colour chart on it for our reference. We looked at it and we’re like “Are you thinking what I’m thinking?” And we pretty much were all thinking the same thing which was we should make this colour chart into leggings and sell them to amazing girls all over the world. So far so good.” – BlackMilk
…like a Poop Emoji pillow. Get it here.
What color is it? A simple website that showcases time in hex color values. So simple. So smart. Love it.
“We have to stop being defined by what we own, and start being defined by what we create.”
— Mark Stevenson
I am charmed by thoughtful ways to make something beautiful, even if you’ve seen it in a specific way your whole life!
Now that’s some detail! (And bling!)
Creative Bloq mentioned a few other beautiful board games, too, designed by other folks with obviously different sensibilities. There’s Story:
But clearly my all-time favorite? Pulp Fiction Guess Who?:
Kinda perfect for this rainy Saturday, I’d say.
“Tattoos” can be practical, too.
Some brilliant Italian designers created “I Tradizionali,” a collection of temporary tattoo recipes that you can simply apply to you forearm before cooking. No more splattered books, only easy and attractive reference.
These are especially wonderful because they rely on illustrations for the recipe. No squinting at lines of text–see exactly what you need for your recipe at first glance.