Cha Ren More is a natural hand wash made from the oils of cooked and ground organic tea leaves using time-honoured methods. The product’s packaging, created by Taiwan based Victor Design, reflects the elemental plant-based ingredient, the traditional and handcrafted production technique and an earthy organic proposition through a simple combination, and practical qualities of a tactile, uncoated and unbleached material choice, adhesive label, a very nice half-tone print treatment, classic serif and traditional Chinese characters.
Central Magazine is a Spanish based art, design, fashion and pop culture print and digital magazine. Their identity, designed by freelance graphic designer Leon Jorge, mixes a bold sans serif logo-type, an uncoated material choice and stamp based print treatment to capture the craft and the grounded, homespun themes of the publication.
Launched in 2006 Little Black Book is a printed guide for the advertising industry to share new ideas and was brought on-line in 2009 with the inclusion of new features such as e-newsletters, job boards and show reels. This year sees the launch of a new visual identity, created by Glasgow based interdisciplinary design agency Berg now Freytag Anderson, which takes a simple and literal visual approach to frame a broad variety of content.