3 thoughts on “A minimalist packaging design experiment”

  1. This is a great visual exercise and I think this study should be applied to more forms of visual communication. Since communicating between the buyer and seller is the objective, like said, certain packaging such as the Tabasco can rely on such an iconic shape to sell their product. However with some thing as iconic as Tabasco I would personally keep the original.

  2. Hello!
    I am Andreas Xenoulis, a typomaniac design freak from Greece.
    I would like you to have a look on my latest project,
    a stunning, elegant typographic silkscreen poster
    with gold colours and gold foils applied with glue.
    Maybe you ‘ll find it interesting for your publications.

    Thank you in advance,
    Andreas

    “Bodoni Girl – A golden typographic silkscreen poster”

    This poster is a typographic project made out of Bodoni letters being inspired by the female sensitivity. Bodoni is a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813) in 1798.
    Like every typeface, Bodoni has its own charisma. Its presence in design always reflected the good taste, the classic, the elegant, the different. Bodoni has narrower underlying structure with flat and unbracketed serifs, extreme contrast between thick & thin strokes and an overall geometric construction. The reason i decided to use silkscreen as a method was to add a little spark using gold colours and gold foils to reflect the ultimate woman nobility.

    mini presentation:
    http://www.behance.net/gallery/Bodoni-Silkscreen-Poster/2453511

    Designed by Andreas Xenoulis
    Printed by Tind (www.tind.gr)

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