Posts Tagged ‘BRANDING’

Puma eco packaging

May 26th, 2011

The cat’s reducing its carbon paw print with a shoebox that’s more bag than cardboard. Showcased recently at the Design Museum in London, the new packaging will supposedly help the lifestyle apparel company reduce paper use by 65 percent and carbon emissions by 10,000 tons every year.

Nike Dunk High Ueno Panda

May 26th, 2011

In the third installment of Nike’s Japan Dunk Pack, the “Panda” Dunk High is dedicated to Tokyo’s Ueno Park. Ueno Park houses the Giant Panda known as Ling Ling. The panda inspired the make-up of the Dunk High, which sports horsehair on the upper and a black and white color scheme.

HangerPak: Shirt Packaging Doubling as a Hanger

May 25th, 2011

The Hangerpak could conceivably be made out of any post consumer recycled material like cardboard or recycled plastic, and when you are done with the hanger it can be recycled again.

Molimao Tshirts

May 25th, 2011

What’s in the box is not cheesy goodness that is Pizza, but cool T-shirts from Malimao. Check it out after the jump!
“Molimao is a T-shirt brand from Sarajevo – capital of No man’s land. Founded in 2010 by Sandin Medjedovic also known as Dream83, Molimao T-shirts are a mash-up of graffiti aesthetics and clean design. Rooted deep in the street culture and independent music scene Molimao celebrates all forms of creativity in it’s journey.”

Jenny Kim Milli Shoe Box

May 24th, 2011

The name Milli is short for “Millimeteres,” the unit that measures the size of bullets. It is also short for “millisecond,” which is often the margin of victory in a foot race. The shoe is placed indside a bullet-shaped box, a symbol of power and speed.

Dsquared2 He Wood

May 24th, 2011

“Known for dressing the hottest artists and celebrities, designers Dean and Dan Caten are the driving force behind the uber-hip design house Dsquared². As twin brothers with the same vision, this talented duo strives to design cutting-edge pieces that make a statement on and off the runway. Their signature scents, however, take on a totally different approach.

To Bag or Not to Bag

May 23rd, 2011

The 60 Bag biodegrades in 60 days. The bag is made of flax-viscose non-woven fabric and was developed and manufactured in Poland. The flax-Viscose fabric is produced with flax fiber industrial waste, which means it doesn’t exploit any natural resources and requires minimal energy during its production. In January this year 60Bag was honoured with the Green Dot Award.

Ebon Heath and his visual poetry

May 23rd, 2011

The popular song goes that words don’t come easy, and, ironically enough, this is exactly the sense one has when trying to express himself in front of Ebon Heath’s typographic mobiles. Heath is one of the most promising artists of the moment and his take on typography is pure visual poetry. Words never looked more astonishing, they form their own structures in a short of a rebellion, they dance and move and yet they stand still. In Heath’s universe, words go out of their suffocating homes, they become alive and they tell us their amazing stories.