Forgot to upload these the first time around. Don’t want to leave out the iPad users! For your pleasure.
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For the past month and a half, we have had the opportunity to work on the identity for a new local bistro at 48 Albert St. in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. It is an ongoing project, but we are at the point where we feel we can share some of the work.
We’ve just put up a temporary website for them at www.deseobistro.com - you’ll find their address, contact information and a downloadable menu in .PDF format. Take a look - their menu is great! So many nice dishes.
Hopefully we’ll be able to take photos of the finished products (which will be more extensive as well) – at which time I’ll update the blog with those.
A little sneak peak at some new holiday inspired product we’re working on – in the form of iPhone wallpapers. Hope you enjoy!
We recently had the opportunity to create custom DVD packaging for Danielle Sturk, a local filmmaker. In addition to the DVD we did all of the promotions for her new film Ciel(s), a short documentary film about our relationship with death and ideas of what the afterlife is. You can see the trailer up at ciel(s).
The packaging is completely custom. We had dies built for the plastic sleeve and case then had them screenprinted and cut. The DVD trays were CNC routed out of high density cork flooring tile and the booklets were done with a sewing machine. We’ve done 100 and are doing another 100 next week. We’re very excited with the end product. Check out some photos below:
Being in desperate need of a wardrobe update, I was on the lookout for something different. Limited-edition designer t-shirts imported from Sweden? Yes please! What I found was T-post, “the world’s first wearable magazine”. The idea behind it is simple: every six weeks, the editors choose an interesting news story and send it to specially chosen artist. The artist then interprets the story as a graphic, and both the news story and the graphic are printed on a t-shirt and mailed out to a list of subscribers. Neat.
Images: copyright T-post.