I just found this great packaging for Remo’s Drum Heads. Inside was a receipt dated 1986. The designer is unknown (anyone?), but the simplicity, shapes and colors are very fun to look at. I’ve seen some recent redos of this packaging and they do not come any close to this. Why did they change their package?
Design: Unknown | Year: Unknown | Photos: Javier García
I usually don’t like photos on the fridge but I just found a good reason to do it. I found this very cool modern photo frame magnets that would make any fridge happier. They are simple, geometric, clean, modernist dimensional versions of a Bear with cub, Lion with cub and Elephant with her newborn. They are called “Nuzzles Photo Frame Magnets” and are made by Tupperware.
Love the screen printed packaging too. Very Swedish with lots of Helvetica on it. I love the three column grid on the back.
This is not so old though. It was made in 1993. The designer is unknown (feel free to fill in the blanks).
Here’s the description on the package:
“When you place your child’s picture in the Nuzzle frame they will be kept company by a loving animal cuddling it’s own adorable loved one.”
Design: Unknown | Year: 1993 | Photos: Javier García
Nuzzle Photo Frame Magnets
© 1993 Dart Industries Inc.
Made in China. Printed in Hong Kong.
Just a cool book I found designed by Paul Rand. Very nice typography.!
First twenty and last twenty pages are printed on gray colored paper, the entire book is black and white (except the cover).
Design: Paul Rand | Year: 1974 | Photos: Javier García
Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc
Typography and Design: Paul Rand
Published by: Visitors Center, Columbus Indiana
Printer: The Avery Press, Inc.