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Isle of Mull Scallops by My Creative

Packaging design with illustrative and typographic detail created by My Creative for Isle of Mull Scallops

The Isle of Mull is the brand and location of a three boat scallop operation that takes advantage of the mixing waters of the cool Atlantic and the warmth of the Gulf stream, shipping the catch across the UK. The company engaged Glasgow based boutique design agency My Creative to develop a packaging solution that would capture the unique traits of the location, the traditions and authenticity of the brand and quality of the product.

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NYE Wine designed by Studio In

Self-initiated NYE wine packaging created by design agency StudioIN as a corporate gift to celebrate the 2012 new year

“Upholding its good tradition, STUDIOIN has designed an appearance of a corporate gift for the New Year’s Eve. While designing the bottle, we chose a topic that, over the past year, was among the most discussed ones: the 2012 apocalypse. The label shows the 14 most “popular” scary scenarios satisfying any taste: from rather predictable natural disasters to those absolutely fantastic. Despite that the humanity has been discussing the end of the world for millennia, we plan to celebrate this “last” New Year’s Eve to the fullest, following our own unforgettable scenario.”

– Studio In

As an avid reader of speculative fiction this immediately caught my attention. The illustrations are really spot on and well composed while the colour palette is a striking and contemporary mix of neon pink and a cool metallic silver. The LHC explosion is a personal favourite.

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The Tailoring Club designed by Saturday

Logo created by London based creative agency Saturday for American styled clothing brand The Tailoring Club

The Tailoring Club is a new American styled clothing brand that will be sold through Brothers stores across Finland and Sweden. The Tailoring Club commissioned London-based creative agency Saturday to develop a new brand identity—which included a new logo, logotype and print—that would characterise both their traditional, handcrafted approach and individual character.

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