Munchery.

Love the name. Love the brand. Love the environment. Love food.

There’s not much wrong with Munchery.

The idea was pretty simple: you can order delicious food prepared by local chefs delivered right to you door that just need that finishing few minutes in the oven or microwave. After a while, though, they noticed a flaw in design–their packaging. It wasn’t oven safe, or environment safe. So they made a commitment, and voila!

Munchery

From the website:

Eco-friendly packaging. No eco-tradeoffs.

  • Trays made from all natural, renewable plant fibers (bamboo & sugarcane)
  • Microwave and oven safe
  • Compostable and biodegradable
  • Plastic from recycled plastic bottles
  • Paper products from 100% recycled paper

Munchery

 

 

 

 

 

What a cute design, and was a decent company:

As you can see, responsibility was a big focus as part of this relaunch. So on a related note, we also partnered with The Conservation Fund to offset our delivery drivers carbon footprint by planting trees. We also partnered with The San Francisco Food Bank and donate a meal for every order placed on Munchery.

Time to place my order!

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Booze & Tattoos

A tattoo parlor in Paris, le sphinx, helped J&B create a very limited edition of specially designed bottles. Tattooed bottles, to be exact.

JB Bottles

 

 

 

 

 

JB Bottle

 

 

 

 

 

They are created by applying a skin-like latex material over the bottles, allowing the artist to tattoo just as they would an arm (or other bit you’re getting inked!).

button button, the art designers of the project, even created a video showing the tattooing process. Enjoy some tattooed booze!

 

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