ANOTHER hot package found at Lovely Package. Seriously, that site can do no wrong. I find at least one package per day that I’m obsessed with. How is this even possible?! Anyway, back to business, Lee India has come up with this campaign to promote corporate eco-friendly practices, which I am alllll about. So, not only is the bag made of recycled paper, but the message designed on the exterior explains the fun and unique ways to reuse the bag. Like, folding it into cubes to use as dice, or cut up into strips to use as bookmarks, and oh so much more! I love the concept and the design is pretty fab too.
designed by Happy
I’m loving the eco-friendly, recyclable cardboard packaging from Bellroy, a small Australian wallet/leather company. They describe themselves as “a small group trying to improve the way we carry.” The use of pattern and texture together is lovely, and I love the simple color palette on the envelope exterior. via Lovely Package
And Design Work Life does it again. I always feel bad crediting sites like DWL because I feel like that’s the only site I pull from sometimes. But when you find a good thing, stick with it right?! Well, they posted today about designer Curtis Jinkins’ awesome work for his new studio, Neighborhood Studio. Very vintage, very cool.
I have not watched America’s Next Top Model in YEARS, years I tell you. But the other night I was bored and lazy, so I flipped through every channel on our TV and landed on the good ‘ol CW, which was smack in the middle of ANTM cycle 16 (omg, 16?!?). And this photoshoot immediately caught my eye. I love the behind-the-scenes feel of these images and the models this season are surprisingly stunning. Good work ANTM. I’m not promising that we will be friends again, but this is a step in the right direction.