Heath Ceramics brings forth two news of cutlery designed by friends at Housing Industry for another stunning collaboration. This new design features floral patterns made of utensils – knives, forks and spoons – in mustard shades of yellow and garnet shades of red to deliver a unique and playful design.Read More
Planta, a botanical studio, reached out to Futura, a creative studio based in Mexico-City, to help establish the branding for their company. Together, the two teams established a logo that features a rendition of a peacock on a pastel, texturized green background. The color palette reflects the greenery the company works with every day, while the peacock signifies beauty and wisdom.Read More
Check out the wonderful minimalistic look for KNOT, a home goods company that wants to bring high-quality goods to consumers while also placing an emphasis on sustainability.Read More
In 2016, independent creative studio Provincia Estudio Creativo crafting a line of packaging for one of the largest alpaca and vicuña companies in Peru. The packaging consists of a dark, wood stained box with white, gold embossed stationery and bags to achieve both the luxurious and natural look the studio was strived to achieve.Read More
Conceived by students, Melanie Lo, Jenny Zhang, Rachel Shrader and Jerry Chiang, Kin delivers the perfect collection of sustainable home goods from bamboo utensils to wooden soap dispensers.Read More
Elena Zaitseva designed the elegant packaging for SCNT, a home fragrance brand that takes inspiration from the mountains in the Ukraine.Read More
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