Academic project developed from research on the history of tea. Through three legends exist to explain the origin of tea, have been selected three varieties of tea: Indian Tea, Japanese Tea and Chinese Tea, with a range called “Tea Orient | The Origin of Tea.” The concept is based on cultural elements characteristic of each country. Across the grid of the composition was kept the balance of information and graphics on all sides of the pack, looking for a uniform structure.
Designed by Joana Costa
For this project, the objective is to invent a product and pick one giant company as a sponsor to produce it. APPLE was chosen as a sponsor, and the design of the whole campaign evolves around APPLE’s character. The product is named iCan to fit with all of APPLE’s product lines. iCan is a product to help break the barrier between designer and technology. As consumers drink iCan, they would immediately become proficient with the program they drink for a designated amount of time. So grab an iCan now at any APPLE retail store and just design away!
Estudio Clara Ezcurra designed the packaging for these cow shaped chocolates filled with milk jam. “The box should be appealing to be bought as a souvenir at the gift shops in Argentina. As our country is well known for the quality of cows and their produce, our choice was a cute illustration in warm browns with country colors in a cockade.
Estudio Clara Ezcurra is a small graphic design studio from Argentina.
Indoor pollution is one of the most dangerous problems we are facing in the world today. Since it cannot be seen with the naked eye, the majority of people remain uninformed about this ongoing problem, and no action is taken to prevent it. In terms of design, the concept of this book is based on the fact that you cannot see this problem, but it is right in front of you. The typeface used is Avenir to send out an alert. Throughout the whole book, the type and graphics will take up more and more space to simulate the pollution that is building up quietly inside the home. So be alert or your love ones will be next!
“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.”