Kat Von D, the tattoo artist, has designed this limited edition for figures. A triangle in a dye cut is placed on another triangle, and as you pull it up, the packaging opens up. The sides drop down and the figure appears. A very creative design indeed.
(Motif wine packaging) This design for the logo is just a simple zig-zag pattern. However, the use of the circle and the way it cuts off the pattern at a certain point shows the viewer the 'M' in the pattern. This alignment is essential to the logo.
Not a kitchen==but would make a nice design for one, I think. AP: interior design of 12 coffeeshops around the world. This one (with the world map) is my favorite :) None of them really look cozy enough, but there's some cool design/ideas
Colorful Shipping Container Restaurants Pop Up in Southbank during the London Design Festival Yalla Yalla Shipping Container Restaurant in London's Southbank – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
Snag boutique wines and beers at this tiny shop, where local brands like Dos Cabezas Red from Cochise County and Tempe’s Four Peaks Sunbru Kölsch-style ale stand tall. There are only 24 different wine (Bottle Lights Wall)
Nestled among the glacial shimmering of the financial district's glass and steel superstructures, this quaint throwback is a much more natural affair – brick, stone and wood all come together to create a homely and pleasantly comforting building.