This innovative beauty brand packaging caught our eye – using evocative graphics, the range is inspired by colour psychology, and hints at the effects consumers will benefit from when using the products. This is yet again another example of a brand using hyper-sensorial methods on packaging to create a more tactile experience, and awaken our senses. You can check out their range here.
This photography by advertising agency WHYBINTBWA for the Sydney International Food Festival certainly got our attention (and stomachs rumbling) – each flag is created using cuisine from that country, with some eye-catching results. Hit the link here to see the full list and see if you can guess them all!
We’re used to seeing brands utilise unusual ingredients in conventional categories (we’ve even suggested them to our own clients sometimes), but new wellness brand Jamu Kitchen has created a healthy tonic that contains turmeric and curcumin. Inspired by the culinary traditions of Asia, the brand looks to connect modern consumers with ancient methods.
Following on from last weeks Feeling Emojinal post, Dominos has teamed up with London agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky to create a set of emoji literacy cards, which help customers get to grips with the digital graphic symbols. It’s not the first time that the brand has dabbled with emojicons – they also launched a service where US customers could place orders on twitter simply by tweeting the pizza emoji.