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We are starting a new bi-weekly feature, in addition to ‘Typeface Tuesdays’ called ‘Packages That Pop’.
I’m probably preaching to the choir, but I am constantly amazed & saddened to see new small businesses open that are poorly branded. There is no consistency. No personality. Nothing to set it apart from box stores or any other shops. The way you package & brand your ‘product’ – or choose not to, whether it is actual goods sold, a service etc… can make all the difference in a company. It is often seen as an unnecessary expense, when in reality, it is a crucial & sadly, over-estimated factor. Also contrary to public opinion – it doesn’t have to be that expensive. A little can go a long way.
We are lucky with the internet to see excellent examples of packaging & small business branding from across the world & we are excited to be sharing with you just a few of them that we run across. We hope you enjoy what we share & that it sparks your own creativity.
This Tuesday brings you fancy free fonts to enjoy via A Subtle Revelry.
Click here to redirect to their page to download.
Tuesdays for 2013 will bring with them beautiful, odd & unique typefaces.
“Baby’s Breath is a typeface formed with Gypsophila/Baby’s Breath. The meaning of Gypsophila is to miss, to adore, and to give. Gypsophila often serves a supporting role, but its existence is significant. This font should have a feeling of freshness, graciousness, and tenderness.”
It’s time for resolutions. Ones that we say we will actually keep this year. One small way of starting afresh is by tossing that old calendar & starting over with something new & fancy.
Here are a few of our picks for the New Year.
Some of you may know the story behind this iconic poster, but I never had.
I thought it would be something worth sharing today. A bit of pop trivia for your Tuesday.
It actually has quite an interesting history. You might be surprised…
To say that designer Tien-Min Liao has created a unique alphabet doesn’t quite cut it. By painting shapes on her hands, she has made a complete set of letters, both upper and lowercase, including several italics. It isn’t, however, that easy.
You can view her entire set on Behance.
The amperstand balloon by Conor & David. You may have seen it. This image has been floating around for awhile now. (see what I did there?) We just found, however, the ‘making of’ video. Not quite as easy as it looks…Hope you enjoy!
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