Design Bulletin

Design Bulletin

Design Bulletin featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Jaali Bean

Jaali Bean partnered with Kaleidoscope for an ongoing brand identity and packaging design engagement. The Jaali Bean brand name was inspired by the transformative idea behind the Hindi word jaali. Taking something hard – like preparing a homemade Indian meal – and transforming it into something beautiful, flavorful & intriguing. Utilizing a contemporary palette and a simple design language, the packaging graphics further convey Accessible India. The photography suggests fresh and homemade. The rich textured background and sophisticated details create a distinct package design.

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Universal Philharmonic Orchestra

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good morning original calendar 2011 - Zoo

ZOO is a paper craft kit for making six animals, each serving as a two-month calendar. Have a fun-filled year with your “little zoo”!

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good morning original calendar 2011 - Safari

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Red Script Pro typeface

Red Script Pro is a unique font inspired by new technologies and gadgets for alternative forms of communication, harmoniously connecting us with its free letter-forms. Inspired by the iPad and designed in Brushes, it is expressed in a unique writing style. It contains English, Greek as well as the Cyrillic alphabet and supports over 70 languages.

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Kraft Foods Europe – The Wire

KFE marketers were stuck in a rut, reinventing the wheel with insights, competitive intelligence, creative – due to a lack of sharing ideas/knowledge across the business. Brief: Brand a “social networking” style, knowledge sharing platform for KFE's 600+ marketers and captivate their imaginations. Solution: We developed “The Wire” as the place to connect. Reminding KFE's marketers to plug in, share and reapply – breaking down conventional silos. For the launch of “The Wire" platform, we uncovered a witty and genuine brand insight about KFE's marketers... they're obsessive about their jobs!

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