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A little time killing game from to the point.
This is what almost every kid (or sometimes even adults!) gets asked. What do you want to be when you grow up? These silkscreen prints could set as a reminder of their dreams and is available at I’d like to be.
Mr B & I recently bought one of these Willie’s Cacao mini block, which was quite delicious. Personally I like my chocolate really bitter and high in cacao content and although Willie’s Cacao contains about 72% cacao, it was still pretty good. The new range also includes milk and white chocolates. Good things do come in small packages.
Lovely tea packaging aptly named T from project student Maria Milagros Rodriguez Bouroncle that is extremely simple at the base, where it opens with an explosion of colour and each little teabag is a work of art and folding.
How cute are these pigeon sticky notes from Takashi Tsunoda, available at Rakuten. Great for sneaking in a little note to your loved ones.
Strategy Design & Advertising were asked by NZ Yellow Pages to design chocolate packaging for a campaign and this is the end result – Yellow Chocolate!
HitRECord’s collaborative coalition of artists and writers are making history with The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories: Volume 1, a collection of innovative crowd-sourced creative projects that pushes the limits of originality, cooperation, imagination, and inspiration. HitRECord, a grassroots creative collective founded by actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, known worldwide for his performances in (500) Days of Summer and Inception, is a forum where thousands of artists worldwide share work and contribute to their peers’ projects in writing, music, videos, illustration, and beyond. Now, the collective has edited together its most promising stories and illustrations to serve as its face in introducing the world to a new generation of talent, in The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories.
Food propaganda posters from Aaron Wood. Made me smile.