étiq links 02
We continue our promise to share the links we found the most interesting during past month. Here you’ll find just a small bundle of what we have found in February.
Rising water pollution due to rapid urbanization is a food for thought. Gabija found a striking Taiwanese art students’ project where they have frozen the samples of their city’s water into Polluted Water Popsicles.
Edvardas was curious about men’s wellness startups and how they’re shaping new packaging design and visual communication horizons in such stigmatized fields as hair loss or sexual wellness.
Gintarė followed up the beauty tech theme and showed us UV wearable sensors by L'Oréal and Fuseproject that tracks sun exposure. Wow!
Valerija discovered a new disruptive design education resource where everyone can improve their pro skills. Welcome to the Futur. We’re especially excited about Chris Do and his sharp quotes.
Despite different law regulations over the world, 2017 has been an economic boom of cannabis industry in US and Rita showed us this High Times report.
Google revealed extra clean and pleasing packaging for their products range Made by Google. Aesthetic obviously follows Apple but also, and more important, it reflects a wider shift in consumers’ beliefs. Where they don’t want to be attacked with loads of claims anymore. So as Edvardas says – better reduce your on-pack communication to essentials.
Colors are never enough but if today you feel the lack of inspiration, Gabija found a helpful Coolors tool for you.
In 2018’s sustainable packaging goes mainstream and you’d better know the top sustainability trends, brought by Estera.
Valerija suggests one of the ways to reduce waste – edible packaging material based on seaweed.
Finally, the most wanted packaging design trends report by The Dieline was revealed. So we’re ready to use the top-notch tricks for your next project.
BTW, our packaging for Vilniaus Duona Lithuanian Rye Bread was selected at 1918-2018 Applied Arts and Design exhibition among the most important design objects created in Lithuania through the past century!
Stay tuned for the next links. Étiquette team.