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This is hilarious, so we had to share. A little surprised that this concept hasn’t come to fruition until today. What a great idea for designers and color enthusiasts alike. See the original post here on the dieline.com.
Here is a unique shoe packaging design for One Percent. A blend of wood and laser cutting, chip board, and color make this packaging pop. More pictures and the original story can be seen here over on Lovelypackage.com.
J.Crew is great at turning simple objects into exciting and visually interesting displays. This is a perfect example of that creativity put into practice. These dipped paintbrushes color coordinate with their new spring clothing lines, thereby bringing your attention to the window, yet not distracting you to the point that you don’t look at the merchandise. In fact, it is just the opposite – you notice the outfits even more. Well done.
Levi’s new jeans are made from recycled bottles, so this loom perfectly captures the concept of plastic to thread. Levi’s then carries the theme throughout their product shadow boxes. These loom’s and shadow boxes are visually interesting, create an understanding of the product, and reinforce their brand image. Well executed!
Ugg has some impressive risers and tables in their Women’s, Kids, and new Men’s store. We love the distressed tasteful design of the risers, and we especially like the red Moroccan inspired tables!
This whimsical yet simple and colorful packaging is a new jewelry program targeted towards the young and creative. Thanks to the dieline.com for bringing us this post. See their post here.
We are blown away by the ombre effect from these natural rope curtains and balls. The combination of the large twisted strand, the curtains, and the rope balls makes this display pop and compliments the merchandise extremely well. Nicely done Levi’s!
Hermes has a playful horse head themed display that serves up lots of circus colors and childhood memories. As the weather warms up, this theme definitely makes us want to go outside!