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17

Sep
2014

In Design
Interface

Weather App Design by Jonathan Quinin

On 17, Sep 2014 | | In Design, Interface |

Weather app design by Jonathan Quintin. From the designer:

Development on a self initiated project for a dashboard for the world’s weather. I wanted to bring abit of personality to the locations using well know phrases to compliment the location.

Keeping the design clean and subtle, yet using gradient accent points for rollover / active states.

STUDIOJQ Do not own the rights to any of the images used.

Designed at STUDIOJQ©

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16

Sep
2014

In Packaging

Music Packaging for Emily Haines

On 16, Sep 2014 | | In Packaging |

Music packaging by Joshua Lynne.

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16

Sep
2014

In Branding
Typography

T-Shirt Design and Branding for Hickory Co

On 16, Sep 2014 | | In Branding, Typography |

T-shirt design and branding for Hickory Co by Zane Kaiser.

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15

Sep
2014

In Packaging

Headphones Packaging – New Zealand All Blacks for Ruby World Cup

On 15, Sep 2014 | | In Packaging |

Headphones packaging and design by Max Kuehne and Paperlux.

From the designers:

Congratulations to the All Blacks on winning the Rugby World Cup 2011! adidas asked our friends and partners from The Art Box Collection to develop a present for the players and 40 partners. Alex Sun and Richard Lange developed 70 personalised and individual boxes together with our Creative Director Max Kuehne. This unique cherrywod box is etched with motives developed by the moko-artist Rangi Kipa from New Zealand. The doors can be pushed open into 4 directions and generate 4 different mokos. Inside the box, personalized Sennheiser headphones and an individualised book are found – each covered with the original material of the famous black jersey. The rest of the book tells the story of a 12-year long partnership – building on Pride, Passion and Partnership.

 

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