Category Archives: die cut
We thought that this was a nice design executed out of paper board. The paper vases have a nice sophistication to them for something that is relatively low cost. Something like this would make for a great give away, or … Continue reading
While we do not speak fluent french, and can not fully understand this video, what we do know is that this project combines all of our favorite things into one: candy, cool design processes, candy, and awesome packaging. We hope … Continue reading
On recent travels we spotted a couple innovative uses for everyday materials. The first photo is an anchor made of corrugated paper mounted and spray painted. The second is die-cut felt birds. Both are very simple ideas with strong visual … Continue reading
Perhaps dreaming of a white Christmas…BCBG created a holiday travel fantasy with their current windows that are quite festive. This monochromatic mostly white theme uses pops of grey and black in it’s 2D illustrations of trees, presents and the Eiffel … Continue reading
Always inspiring, another compelling window from Bergdorf’s. This one on the “simpler 57th St side of the store”, showed doors and keys in a most interesting way. The impact of the “domino” door display is terrific and the choice of … Continue reading
We love this happy tree cut out in wood and decorated with little wooden birds. It’s whimsical and warm and offset by the pink painted background and floor covered in pink French dragees (jordan almonds). Mmmm signs of spring.
Urban, edgy and Chic. We saw this skyline cityscape window and thought the layered collage of elements is quite effective. There is printing on the risers, cut outs of product, logos and accessories combined to create a contemporary window – … Continue reading