April 3, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Cody Boehmig | Country: United States
A collection of work from Cody Boehmig who will be graduating from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Blatimore in May.
February 18, 2010 | 2 Comments
“This is a foradacaixa® hand crank music box. As you can see in the pictures, the mechanism has an original package made exclusively for it. Every tune is available at the product page but at least two of them can also be heard here and here.
The illustration and graphic design of the package was made by Maria Helena of the 2.2 design studio.”
February 12, 2010 | 6 Comments
Designed by Jeremy & Erin Fortes | Country: United States
“The face of Marrow is three people. But behind the scenes there are about twenty of us with a strong background in branding and design from all disciplines – from naming and writing, to print and packaging, to interactive and animation (not to mention music production, which is really what this is all about!)
We realized that it was essential for us to bring the same kind of inspiration to the branding of our own work as we would expect ourselves to deliver to any of our clients. Our first CD, ‘Quiet Desperation’, was beautifully designed, but it was still just a CD – and CD’s aren’t enough anymore. Thinking outside of the CD case was liberating.
February 4, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Hubero Kororo | Country: Czech Republic
This is absolutely amazing. Be sure to read the full description and watch the video below.
“Uceroz is a new music brand by Ivan Palacký, a musician playing an amplified knitting machine called Dopleta 160 (180). The title “Uceroz” is an abbreviation created from two Czech words : „učesán a rozcuchán“. It consists of two editions, where „učesán“ represents a smoother kind of musical expressiveness however „rozcuchán“ tends to be more experimental.
January 25, 2010 | 4 Comments
“Fashion designer Christopher Wicks (of English Laundry) teamed up with magicians Dan and Dave for an online advertising campaign to promote a new line of mens shirts along with a custom deck of playing cards. The Playing Cards are printed in limited quantities with metallic ink. Each deck comes complete with a custom box, ace of spades, and court cards all hand-drawn by famed English Laundry artist. Playing Poker has never looked so good!”
December 31, 2009 | 4 Comments
Thanks to all of our faithful readers who over the past year have continued to help Lovely Package® grow by leaps and bounds.
Have a safe and happy new year!
November 21, 2009 | 2 Comments
Country: United States
The packaging for the complete season of Six Feet Under is absolutely amazing. Designed to look like the cross section of a graveyard, this package comes complete with fake grass on top as well as it’s own gravestone. We’d love to know who designed this if anyone can shed some light.
Via Becker’s Blog
November 19, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Martin Kann Design | Country: Sweden
“The Swedish rock band Bob Hund released their single Fantastiskt (fantastic) as a one copy vinyl record that only allows 30 playings. The record was placed on a turntable with the lyrics etched on the turntable lid. It sold on eBay for US $3,650 and became the most expensive record ever sold in Sweden.”
November 12, 2009 | 57 Comments
Designed by Michelle Lam | Country: Canada
“Graphos Playing Cards are designed to inspire other designers, and also lay people to be more attuned with design through an increased awareness of the importance of typography in a fun and easy-to-understand way.
Each card from the deck of Graphos Playing Cards will tell the unique story of a specific area of focus in typography. All spades highlight on the importance of “anatomy”; hearts on “classification”; clubs on “glyphs”; diamonds on “type setting”. Fonts are focused on sans serif, serif, script and decorative.”
November 4, 2009 | 10 Comments
Designed by Colm Keller | Country: Sweden
“This is my Masters thesis project at HDK in Göteborg. It highlights the issue of increasing long-distance relationships and the drawbacks of computer mediated communication.
I wanted to include the reflective, relaxing qualities of crafts as way to build an emotional bond between users and the object.
It also hopes to open a dialogue about how we will value our digital artifacts in the future – our digital heirlooms.”