This wedding invitation, designed by Kelli Anderson, includes a paper record player that only requires a little folding and minor elbow grease. I have seen (and posted about too, I think) similar concepts such as the cardboard record player, but this is done very well.. and for a wedding invite! Kelli has some other very nice work, so be sure to check out her site. (via The Egotist)
Category Archives: Packaging
Some awesome packaging and illustrations for Espolon Tequila by Josh Noble. Check out the rest of the packaging via Josh’s Behance.
When you think about Austin TX you might not necessarily think of it as a hot bed of good design. It looks like Helms Workshop is out to change that.
It’s finally here! I apologize again for the extremely long delay. So as promised, this post features the work of some very talented people, many of which we at NT know personally, and some of which we would like to know more personally. I would like to thank everyone that submitted work, as well as everyone whose work that I drug on to my desktop for this post; it was done in admiration. I also apologize to anyone who I may have forgotten to get work from. So, to make a long story longer, make the jump to see A LOT of awesome work!
I’m pretty sure that I have posted something about Nate Williams before, but oh well, I really like his work.
I don’t usually drink the champagne of beers, but we were drinking a twelver of it the other day, and was intrigued by the pattern of the inside of the box, and then noticed that the cans had also been redesigned. So I did interwebbing and cruised over to Lovely Package to find out that Landor San Francisco “…contemporized and better leveraged its [Miller High Life] revered and iconic brand elements.” Make the Jump to see the complete product line. Continue reading