Mastercharge

MasterCard has evolved their logo over the years, but for my money? This Master Charge card was the epitome. I couldn’t find a good photo online so I bought an old one on eBay to document. For giggles I added my name. I wasn’t old enough for credit in the late seventies, but somehow I […]

Logo Modernism

I’ve got more than my share of books collecting logos. But this one? This, Logo Modernism is encyclopedically chunky and wonderful.

This loaf of bread

I assumed this was a classic package design for this Irish bread company, turns out it was actually a refresh done in 2014 by Holmes & Marchant. Looks good to go for a good long time.

RXBAR

My neighbor Joe introduced me to these RxBars a while back and because of their short list of ingredients, they are one of the few packaged foods that don’t freak me out. This is what I’d call a very good brand and packaging refresh—totally jiving with the basic ingredients and no-nonsense nature of the product. […]

Tiffany’s display

Stopped in my tracks at the holiday displays outside of Tiffany’s downtown. Pleasantly thrilled to see more pop up online from the team behind them: Lab Partners on Instagram.

Cocktails and romance novels

Picked up these paperbacks for fifty cents a piece while at Lost Weekend Records in Columbus. I liked the graphic system for the covers. Gave them to the intended recipient over some bourbon and ginger ale.

Design on a vacuum

Maybe they don’t do this anymore, but my Bissell vacuum has all these gaudy graphics permanently affixed to the base, touting features in relative context. I figure these bits of information are tacked on in the event the vacuum is used as a floor model. They cannot be removed because folks might tear them off in a […]

The ordering of the Pantone

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