Burger King has joined the many companies incorporating the season into their product packaging. The festive release, along with the Winter Whopperland menu will be available in participating Burger Kings in the US, UK, Latin America, and Asia. It features coffee cups covered in reindeer and mistletoe, Santa’s belly-inspired sandwich wraps, and joyful to-go bags all designed by Turner Duckworth. Still using the recognizable BK design and graphics, the holiday packaging adds a dash of humor and joy into each customer’s order.
"Celebrating the season, coffee-cups feature tree lights, a red-nosed reindeer and mistletoe. Santa’s belly inspired the Whopper sandwich wraps and a few holiday-themed characters were developed for the always-animated Chicken Fries boxes. The range is all wrapped up in joyful takeaway bags."
Via: The Dieline
We completed a range of designs for The Vineyard Belfast- starting with their Brand identity, then printed bottles for their Growlers (2 sizes) and more recently Gift cards and Wallets- we just received the above range of promotional shots of all from them, they were so good we just had to share them!
If you wish to read more on the work we carried out on these follow this link:
The Vineyard Belfast
Thanks again to Karen and the guys at The Vineyard, looking forward to more projects in the coming months!
We have worked with Stephen Brown now on multiple projects over the past number of years, it is easy to say there is never a dull moment when he is visiting- if its not fire walking, its glass walking, there has even been a lego walk!
We were lucky enough to be selected by him again to put together his "manifesto" in graphical format -we are so chuffed with how it turned out!
He had been working on the manifesto for a while and although was going to hold off on sharing it until his ebook and website were ready he just felt the need to get it out there!
I am sure you will agree this would look great on any office or home wall...watch this space! Go SB!
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Be sure to keep an eye out in the shops for the redesigned Tayto packaging that we have been involved with over the past few months. As well as changing the design Tayto have selected a heavier film giving the packaging a better feel as well as over all look- we have also strengthened a couple of the colours to really make them jump off the shelf!
It was quite a tough brief to change every element of the actual famous pack but to keep them still very familiar to possibly every single person in N Ireland!
AS well as the new packets we have also re illustrated Mr Tayto- giving him a range of emotions and poses.
To read and see more about this job please follow this link: Tayto Redesign
We have just completed a great range of Porridge Pots for Glen Oats- the brief was to keep a traditional feel but to funk it up with a modern twist!
These have just been launched in Germany and we are looking forward to seeing how they sell.
If you want to see more about this brand and more detail on the other aspects of design we completed for this have a look at the portfolio section of our site.
Wishing Hayley and the Team great success on this product and looking forward to working together in future.
Taylor Simpson dreamed up the use of genuine deer antlers in the place of standard handlebars. Interestingly, apart from the natural asymmetry of the horns, the general form of them bears quite a bit in common with a range of more conventional components -- minus the pointy offshoots.
The designer enhanced this eccentric concept by using recycled metal, epoxy and paint to sharpen the product up. Special packaging was also designed for the Moniker Cycle Horns to accommodate their broad and awkward shape.
Love the concept and the execution.
The Pop Art movement emerged in the mid-1950s in Britain and in the late 1950s in the United States.
Pop art presents a challenge to traditions of fine art by including imagery from popular culture such as advertising, news, etc. You can recognize it by the little dots on the image.
In this campaign, however, they have used the lack of dots to good effect. Made for Nivea in Ecuador by MAYO DraftFCB .
We have just completed an exciting project for a local distribution company- we designed a range of Vintage themed clocks with Kelloggs Vintage branding and imagery.
Wishing Nigel and his team all the best with this range and with future ranges. keep an eye out in your local stores for the new clocks, and remember who designed them!
See more of the designs on our portfolio page: Kelloggs
Brazilian illustrator Mr. Peruca has created a fun set of illustrations that shows iconic characters' bald heads. From television and movie characters to a real-life leader, these men aren't just known for their lack of hair, they're famous for their distinct personalities. The series is called Notorious Baldies.
Mr Peruca website
I have to say it caused much talk on the Today Fm show as well as across many offices in Ireland, but when Ray and Mairead decided to have cheese made from bacteria found on their own bodies- it got us thinking about the obvious packaging requirements!Read more about this here:
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As well as graphic and packaging design, I am fascinated by new media and marketing, here I aim to pull together the best of this plus great online design "finds". Enjoy!