Posts Tagged with “paper”

Sorbet

Sorbet (awesome name) is a New Zealand based multidiscipline design studio made up of Nicole Miller-Wong and Sheahan Huri.

I personally love the work they did for Adé, an online collective of handpicked objects for modern living. I really love the color tones, and the quality of paper stock used.

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Sorbet Ade

Sorbet Ade

Sorbet Ade

Sorbet Ade

Sorbet Ade

Sorbet Ade

Hort: City By Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort designed a publication made up of six books for Rainer Schmidt Landschaftsarchitekten + Stadtplaner that highlights the firms work. Each book is a variant of the B series paper format and the typography and composition are scaled proportionally to the format of each book.

Inventory Magazine

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

I love this stationery and packaging design for Inventory Magazine. It was designed by Inventory’s Art & Design Director Anthony Hooper. The combo of black, white, kraft and the serif typeface give it an elegant and crafted look.

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

The Circular Calendar is designed by German designer, Sören Lachnit, and features a yellow form in the middle of the calendar that represents the possible sun hours fifty degrees north of the equator. It also includes the phases of the moon, the solstices, and space for notes.

Printing technology: Offset print
Paper: Printed on 170g/m² silk finish paper
Dimensions: 841 mm x 1189 mm (33.11 x 46.81 inches)

Shift Lab

Shift Lab Card

Shift Lab Card

Minimal and beautiful business card for Shift Lab, crafted by the talented folks at Studio on Fire. I’ve been a fan of their work for some time now, and I think I need to get some cards printed by them.

Colorplan

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Made Thought has rebranded the Colorplan paper line by GF Smith with a nice swatchbook and website. Dig it.