Posts Tagged ‘we love print’

Those Olympic posters: some alternatives

28/11/2011 1 comment

alternative 2012 Olympic posters

Two weeks ago we wrote a blog post about the new Olympic posters designed by British artists – you can read the original post here. We’ve just seen these posters designed by third year students from Kingston University’s graphic design and photography courses and we thought it might be nice to compare the two!

A couple of weeks ago, following the release of the 2012 Olympics artists posters, course director Rebecca Wright asked the students if they would like to respond to the same briefy given the artists. They were asked for a personal response to the idea of the London Olympics and the intersection between art and sport. These are our two favourite pieces. Click through the link to see more!

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We love print… wine labels.

15/11/2011 Leave a comment

Finca de la Rica
Designed by Dorian

Mike Weir, The Underdog Wine
Designed by Insite Design

Alphabetical wine
Designed by Marco Simal

Black Sheep Wine
Designed by Cory Loven

We’ve found ourselves browsing far too much recently. Here are a few of the wine labels that caught our eyes.

London 2012 Olympic posters

07/11/2011 2 comments

London 2012 Olympic posters

A host of British artists have designed posters to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The posters were unveiled at Tate Britain in London along with the programme for the London 2012 Festival and we decided to show you our two favourites from Sarah Morris and Tracy Emin.

All of the images will go on show in a free exhibition as part of the London 2012 Festival next summer. We can’t wait to see them in person! If you head over to the London 2012 shop you can also buy posters for £7 each. Not a bad price!

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We love print… labels.

21/10/2011 Leave a comment

We’ve seen some really great examples of labelling on products at the moment. Here are a few we wanted to share with you!

spooks ale

Designed by SAA Design, UK

Penhaligon's Juniper Sling

Designed by JKR, UK

Lowcountry Field Feast

Designed by Stitch Design Co., USA

Le Nuit Shea Butter Soap

Designed by Sweet Petula, USA

We love print…. playing cards.

14/10/2011 Leave a comment

We’d noticed that our last blog posts featuring playing cards had been quite popular! You can see them here. So we decided to search the internet and find some more well designed playing cards for you to check out!

aristocrat playing cards
Aristocrat – designed by Theory11

barebones playing cards
Barebones – designed by Mattia Castiglioni

jaqk playing cards
Jaqk – designed by Hatch

rockwell playing cards
Rockwell – designed by Gloria Wu

sentinels playing cards
Sentinels – designed by Hatch

We love print… business cards!

06/10/2011 2 comments

This week we’ve seen some fantastic examples of business cards online so we thought we’d share them with you!

armarion business card
Designed by Sandro Dujmenovic

promised land holdings business card
Designed by St. Bernadine Mission Communication Inc

pica studio business card
Designed by Pica Studio

anthropologie business card
Designed by Kathryn B. Fabrizio

alongtime business card
Designed by Alonglongtime

burnthebook business card
Designed by Burnthebook

Business cards are one of the many services we offer. To find out more about the print services we offer click here.

Chocolate Around the World

23/09/2011 1 comment

Chocolate Around the World at the Chicago Field Museum poster

DDB Chicago has produced a nice campaign of illustrated posters to advertise an exhibition on Chocolate Around the World at the Chicago Field Museum. We have read that the Chicago Field Museum is somewhat similar to the Natural History Museum in London and the exhibition looks at the history and use of chocolate around the world.
DDB Chicago called in London-based illustrator Matthew Green to illustrate the posters and we love what they’ve created!
We thought that the two posters we decided to showcase here were a good combination of sinister (on the left hand side) and really cute (right side)! And they’re bound to attract a diverse range of people to the exhibition.

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