Canada’s game. Canada’s cookie.
Pizza and greasy fingers go hand in hand. It’s a small price to pay for one of the world’s most popular fast foods. But designer Yinan Wang has a cleaner take on it.
I’m not certain if this could catch on. But the intention is smart.
Good packaging doesn’t just house a product. It interacts with it. And in the best examples – improves it.
Dalziel + Pop, a creative agency in London, is currently exhibiting at the Retail Design Expo in London. To demonstrate its skill set, the company built an interactive display using screenprinting with conductive ink.
When visitors touch any of the 48 elements, up to 100 possible light animations activate. What a great way to interact with potential customers.
Proprint is always looking for ways to pass value on to their clients. That means investing in state-of-the-art retail print production technology. The Fujifilm PlateRite 8600N-S falls into that category. Not only because it does an excellent job of processing plates for offset printing, but it does so with very little environmental impact. Something that’s also important to Proprint and their clients.
Simply put: Tin / Aluminum alloy coated plates go in one end and perfectly laser etched impressions for each colour come out the other. Each plate goes on to be applied to drums for offset printing. It makes the entire process seem so simple. But under the hood, a complex symphony of stages bring it all together. It’s actually really interesting to watch it work.
The best way for everyone to understand it’s functionality was to illustrate it. So the Proprint Design and Production Teams did just that. *(4′ x 16′)
How can we tell? Well for starters, these stunning Easter-themed Cadbury displays are popping up all over.
Cadbury Easter Creme Eggs are a big part of this season. So are many of Cadbury’s chocolate holiday brands. This year, their presence is front and centre with a dynamic use of space and branding. Look out for them at retail.
The Canadian passport has potentially earned the unexpected distinction of being the coolest passport to pull out at a rave. The pages of the new passport (released in mid-2013) are covered in fun and colorful UV-reactive images that can only be seen under a blacklight.
No one said that National Security couldn’t have a little flare
The “secret” UV images are cleverly incorporated into the parts of each page that are visible under normal lighting so that the two complement each other when seen under UV light. These images, along with a biometric chip in the back of the passport, are all security measures designed to ensure that duplicating or forging a passport would be as difficult and complicated as possible.
Telstra recently launched their flagship store of the future in George Street, Sydney and as part of the store experience.
This colourful geometric bag compliments the brand perfectly.
Telstra recently launched their flagship store of the future in George Street, Sydney and as part of the store experience they asked us to create an iconic carrier bag.
Our goal was to bring ‘Spectrum’ (Telstra’s visual language of colour and angularity) to life in three dimensions. The idea was to create an innovative form factor that would be instantly recognisable on the high street and create wow-factor for customers in-store, all whilst being 100% recyclable and flat-packable.