Once considered a scrappy competitor to its European counterparts, Californian wine—the Napa Valley region in particular—has since secured itself in the minds (and palates) of wine lovers the world over. With the rise in the popularity and recognition……
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It's not everyday you're approached by one of the worlds biggest fast food restaurants – but if it happens you best put your game face on and grab your finest pencil and paper. Which is what I imagine Andreas Krapf done for this fun and playful project. On behalf of Munich, Germany design agency Heye, Andreas had to […]
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Fact: since an apple a day keeps the doctor away, carrying a MacBook makes you invincible! But just to be safe, fill your brain with the recommended daily value of vitamin D(esign) by taking a big bite of these ten fruity design morsels.
Though I’m certain you possess the wisdom of an owl and the eye of a hawk, sometimes it’s nice to just let momma bird do the work and bring you home a little something tasty. So sit back, relax and nest yourself into these ten feathered features to let your new ideas grow some wings.
P.S. Go Hawks!
A study published by the BMJ this week confirms one piece of conventional wisdom — that eating fruit is highly beneficial to your health — while refuting another — that fruit juice is just as good as the unprocessed stuff. Analysing the dietary habits of 187,382 subjects over multiple decades, the research team concluded that “greater consumption of specific whole fruits … was significantly associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, whereas greater fruit juice consumption was associated with a higher risk.”
Designer Chris Dina has created a vibrant new print series that celebrates “wondrous varieties of fruit” through colorful, graphic illustrations. All of the prints will soon be available on Chris’s Society6 shop, but for now, you can get a closer look and check out the rest of the designs right here.
A creative and clever packaging designed by Scholz & Friends for a German organic supermarket chain Fresh’N’Friends. The motive behind these eye-catching fruit figures is aiming to encourage kids to eat healthy food by arranging fruits into the shapes of familiar objects.