Believe Design Magazine

Believe Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Greyder V

This design makes it easy for consumers to carry and store their purchased shoes. A plastic bag is needed to carry the old-style shoe boxes, but this design also serves as a bag with the help of the upper rings. It also makes it easy to take the shoes out of the box thanks to the V-shaped drawers. Also, thanks to its vertical storage solution, it also allows people who have a second shoe in their office to use it as furniture.

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Sparkeau

The craftsmanship behind the external bottle which uses universal design Ergonomics, the bottle is designed in a curved shape. Both the opening and the bottom of the bottle are designed as round shape, which is smaller at the beginning and transforms into curved lines at the one-third of the bottle. This allows it to be easy to take and grab. Its curved shape has created a proportion of bottle figures just like a lady. The minimalist design of circular geometry makes Sparkeau even more stylish.

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Mi Musician

This is a low-profile product that targets the lower end of the sports headset market. The target audiences are 18 to 29 year-olds. The design strategy is to imbue a product with personality and to visually personify the product. It uses images of famous musicians in the packaging, contributing to a personification of the product: the oval shape becomes the head, and the button becomes an open mouth. This creates the image of a composer passionately singing or vigorously conducting an orchestra, giving voice to an otherwise low-profile product, at the same time highlighting its design element.

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Jingyang Brick Tea

Jingyang Brick Tea has a history of more than 600 years. Inspired by the Shaanxi merchants of the Qing dynasty and the folk custom, the design promotes the inheritance of China’s intangible cultural heritage. Line drawing techniques and tea receipts that circulated during the late Qing Dynasty will be used to seal the bottom of the brick tea. Three traditional Chinese colors will be used on different packages. The final implementation of the packaging will use handmade rice paper as packaging materials and wood-block prints for inscription rubbing, which are all done by hand.

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Source One Vodka

Source One Vodka is the reward of a journey obsessed with quality and sustainability. From the oat grains that are grown on the ranch to the snowmelt water of Sierra Nevada. It is this story that the studio narrated through thoughtful design of every element; from the pristine bottle structure to the typography inspired by the original type on the distillery building, to the illustration that invites you to discover the truth of Source One. The brand identity and packaging all serve to celebrate and honor the combination of radical transparency and considered craftsmanship.

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Bionyalux

The concept of restoring skin in new skincare products coincides with the zero burden of bagasse recycling, environmental protection, and ecological concept. From the product features of the 60-day food-grade limited shelf life of the 30-day skin improvement treatment process, 30 and 60 are selected as the visual recognition symbol of the product, and the three stages of use, 1,2,3 are integrated into the vision.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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