An update on Vanilla Sense, looking at homepage and packaging, as I didn’t really cover this in previous post.
This was an initial proposal for the route Bettina decided upon, just giving a flavour of how the flag from the the logo could be picked up in the packaging.
The cake, the cards, and the cute little flags, which double up as stickers for sealing boxes and bags.
Nice close up with liberty fabric.
The finished packaging with cards and flag cake toppers.
What can I say…they don’t hang around long. Yum yum!
The acting temporary homepage, until Bettina gets her portfolio of work together.
Soon enough my dear, to dip a toe in the sea, oh me oh my, I can’t wait.
London based illustrator Robert Frank Hunter’s work for toasted gift wrap, available here http://urbangraphic.co.uk
See more of Robert’s work here http://robertfrankhunter.com
Jewellery packaging from Anthropologie
I couldn’t resist, I saw the beautifully simple illustrations, hand drawn and quirky, the products looked so wonderful together, a lovely coherent collection – really striking. I was hooked, I couldn’t help it and I may have bought a couple of items.
I loved the hand drawn text and illustrations, uncoated paper stock, small droplets used for the waterproof mascara and starry sprinkles for the highlighter. BeautifulWhat a clever lady Miss Thorne is, you can see more of her work here.
I didn’t realise Sarah had designed the packaging for Jack Wills fragrance too, saw it just the other week, I liked the soft pink on Kraft paper
More lovely labels from Anthropologie, vintage bicycles
Nice combo – Kraft with script font, a certain elegance to a humble stock
I’m a bit of a sucker for an interesting label, here’s some of my latest finds…
Anthropologie and White Suff
Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie