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“Big clash of swords and sounds as the Belarussian Pavel Ambiont mets Bristol’s Pinch. The resulting two tracks of deep dark Techno Dubstep are blacker than black. Lots of crackles and snaps pound down like that lightning storm from middle earth. ‘Jellybean’ has more Dubstep edges and ‘Poison / Remedy’ holds the rod to the storm.”
“This was a fantastically collaborative process with the client – we both wanted to create something unique that didn’t rely on Christmas clichés. The use of bright colours makes a real statement and ensures the boxes are not too traditional.” Jovan Buac, Senior Account Manager, jkr. “That’s the beauty of Penhaligon’s – the careful blending of the old and the new – modern doesn’t have to mean forgetting the past, but feeling classic doesn’t mean being really conservative.”The designs transport you to a fantasy world where things aren’t quite what they seem. “This was a dream brief for many designers and something so visually rich is always exciting to work on. We really let our imaginations run wild and the craftsmanship involved was also very important. All the illustrations were done in-house, so the final designs stay true to our initial concept.” John Ewles, Creative Director, jkr.Sarah Rotheram, CEO, Penhaligon’s added “We wanted something that at first glance just appeared beautiful but invited the customer to look closer and be surprised. Anthropomorphic animals was a start point and the team at jkr took us on a creative journey that delivered on this brief – the gift sets are absolutely Penhaligon’s”.As well as the imaginative graphic approach, it was important to deliver the decadence associated with the brand. Sumptuous patterns, materials and finishes were used to create depth and richness, resulting in a gift consumers would love to receive this Christmas – a real keepsake. “The key to this design was to deliver both luxurious tactile ribbons and detailed graphics. The layers of foil, print, and texture help to create a rich expression of Penhaligon’s, whilst matching the ribbons with the accent colours provides the luxurious flourish.” Judith Allan, Production Director, jkr.
Designed by JKR – Jones Knowles Ritchie
“Think of these adorable Fridgeezoo animals as a smaller version of your parents, sitting inside your fridge, reminding you to close the door if you spend too much time window shopping for something to eat. As you can see they’re all themed after animals that live in cold climates like a polar bear, penguin, walrus and seal, and while they start out with a friendly greeting when you open the door, if you linger for too long letting out too much cold air they’ll soon get snappy about your apathy towards eco-friendliness.”
ove these page markers and simple packaging, design and sold by Yuruliku Design.
The lamp you see here is called Re3. It stands for reduce, reuse, redesign. It is made out of CDs, which is one of the biggest wastes in landfills. People nowadays purchase their music and movies straight from the internet into their portable player. A mass amount of CDs are no longer used and has been thrown away. So, this lamp would help reduce the CD waste all over the world. Despite the lamp’s environmental aspect, it is designed with a modern look and feel. The light coming out of it has a rainbow-like effect. 20% of the purchase will be donated to Green House Association.
This environmentally friendly package is redesigned for General Electric high-end light bulbs. It is highly encouraged nowadays in the design world to design with sustainability in mind.
Therefore, this package is designed based on recycled material. The color scheme is meant to promote environmental design. The material chosen is much stronger than the original, which helps protect the fragile bulbs. All of the information is cleanly incorporated into a label system to reduce printing over the whole package. In terms of structure, this is designed for easy transport and stocking. This product can also be displayed in many positions.