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P. Johnson Tailors Pocket Squares: Playful yet sophisticated silk accessories for gentlemen with a sense of fun

P. Johnson Tailors Pocket Squares

Maybe it’s the recent resurgence of ’80s touchstones like Ettore Sottsass’ Memphis movement and Jeff Koons that have us lusting after designs that blend play and sophistication, but there is…

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Cute packaging for Beehive Honey Squares


A cute packaging design for Beehive Honey Squares cereal boxes. A great way to stand out from the competition.




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Student Work: Lacy Kuhn: Beehive Honey Squares

This fun packaging project was designed by Lacy Kuhn for Beehive Honey Squares, while a student at Western Washington University. For more from Lacy, check out her portfolio right here.






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Granny Squared at CAFAM: Knitting street artists transform the facade of a downtown LA museum with globally sourced crocheted squares

Granny Squared at CAFAM

The giant office buildings and imposing Los Angeles County Museum of Art dotting LA’s extensive Wilshire Boulevard make the quaint Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) look like a little dollhouse. This architectural quality inspired the…

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The Hill-Side SS13 Animated Lookbook: Blossoming neckties, swirling scarves and peeping pocket squares come out in GIFs

The Hill-Side SS13 Animated Lookbook

To accompany their just-released SS13 accessories collection, Brooklyn-based design outlet The Hill-Side created a dynamic lookbook of 10 cheeky gifs animating exploding neckties, swirling scarves and peeping pocket squares as…

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Water Repellent Furoshiki: Traditional Japanese wrapping squares find a new purpose as the flexible alternative to the plastic bag

Water Repellent Furoshiki

They’ve been around for thousands of years, but Furoshiki are making a fresh, practical comeback thanks in part to Japan Store. Once cherished as the precious carrier of royal and holy robes, the Japanese cloth squares were also used as bathmats centuries ago but today, they can be used…

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