Have you seen a paper cup you would rather save as a keepsake instead of throwing away? Here are ten amazing examples of smart, fun and eye-catching designs. So, would you like a cup of coffee?
A bookplate, also known as “Ex Libris” (Latin, “from the books of…”), is a small decorative label, bearing the owner’s name. Bookplates were usually pasted on the inside front cover of a book. Today this charming tradition became popular again. Stamps, stickers or even electronic bookplates add a classic luxury touch to any book or a journal.
Monsters and vampires, caskets and skeletons… Halloween is just around the corner. Is alcohol itself an evil substance? Modern designers encourage us to think about it…
Custom printed tapes quickly became very popular… However, not only scrapbookers, artists and card-makers enjoy working with them. Many creative agencies have discovered endless possibilities of using tape as a part of many big projects. Packaging design, stationery, advertising, promotional materials, etc. Thoughtfully designed tape can easily make any brand looking modern and unique. Here are some examples of using custom tapes in graphic design industry:
Japan has turned the practice of writing letters into an art form. In Japan, correspondence rules are different, and long letters are appreciated. If you send a New Year’s card, the word “年賀” (which means “New Year’s greetings”) should be written in red on the front side of an envelope. In this case, a post office will hold your letter and deliver it on January 1st (because New Year’s cards shouldn’t arrive before New Year’s Day).