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El Camino designed by Tsto

Letterhead with blind embossed logo detail designed by Tsto for audio production and sound design studio El Camino

El Camino is a Helsinki based audio production and sound design company who work in collaboration with the band Husky Rescue producing music for international television and film. Finnish design agency Tsto was commissioned to develop the identity for El Camino which is based around a custom typeface, also utilised across the Husky Rescue website and a practical, self embossed brand stationary concept.

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Illy Limited Edition by Alioum Moussa

Packaging featuring illustrative work by Cameroon based artist and graphic designer Alioum Moussa for Illy's limited edition coffee tin

illy is an Italian coffee brand produced in Trieste and exported globally. As part of the continuing art collection series (two each year), illy comissioned Cameroon based artist and graphic designer Alioum Moussa to create the artwork for their limited edition coffee tins. The piece, titled ‘All Create Together’, was “inspired by his [Alioum Moussa’s] experience at Cittadellarte – Pistoletto Foundation in Biella.”

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Boddingtons designed by JKR

New packaging for Inbev's bitter ale brand Boddingtons designed by JKR

Boddingtons is a bitter ale originally brewed in Manchester now owned and distributed by Belgium based Inbev. This week sees the launch of a new can and pack design created by international design agency JKR.

After 14 years, Boddingtons has been given a fresh new look. The new packaging is designed to build on the existing equities and give Boddingtons a new level of standout. “The challenge for us was to attract a new younger audience, whilst keeping the unique character that existing consumers remember with such affection. It was vital that the new design was not retrospective, but felt modern and relevant.” 

– JKR

It is an interesting direction that manages to lighten the layout and give it a more iconic and distinctive character in much the same way Coke recently redesigned its Diet brand with bold and over-sized type. The Bees have been released from the logo lock-up and create a neat and dynamic visual device across the body of the can.