Day of Design

Day of Design

Day of Design featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

aira bears pable cafe series

The story of aira bears pable cafe goes that long before humans were born. There is a small Pable Cafe in the deep forest of Aira city. Aira Bear bakes rusks diligently for animals every day. Because of the sovory smell of rusks, animals strayed into his cafe. Some of them start living with him because they cannot forget the wonderful smell of rusks. In the course of time, they come to make their own sweets. Now the cafe has many kinds of famous products such as rolled cakes, baked donuts and so on. So many animals come to there and think that "this is the best place of relief in the forest."

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Liang Bai Kai

The main function of the bottle is to contain cool-down boiled water (Meaning Liang Bai Kai). What comes next is the label-less bottle contains and shares with the consumers an important part of ancient Chinese art. The inspiration is from the national treasury artwork of the Riverside Scene from Tsingming made in the Song dynasty over 1000 years ago.

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Guo Cui Wu Du

This white spirit product, named Guocui Wudu, is from Henan Province, China. The liquor is made from five traditional Chinese medicinal materials that are soaked and brewed. On the market, competitive products more or less contain some dregs left during the brewing process. By contrast, the biggest selling point of this product is that through multiple processes, the purity of the liquor approximates a zero-impurity state, which gives consumers a stronger sense of security. Therefore, designers determined "cleanliness" as the keynote of package design to manifest the biggest feature.

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The Storyteller

The Storyteller goal is to become an augmented immersive and personal, intimist experience, through a vessel that must be held in one’s hand, fully appreciated upon glancing and handling, feeling the frosted and clear textures, the gold trims and knurl, and ultimately the obsidian details of the closure, in what is a fully sensorial and experiential bottle design. All the remaining accessories are hidden in plain sight, and only accessible from different axis of the box, only to reveal the ultimate immersive experience by fully exploring the secrets The Storyteller has to offer.

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Sakura Shimizu

This package was created as a branding project for a floral artist. All of the brand's tools were created in a uniform gray color, which shows the true colors of the flowers. The packaging is designed in a simple achromatic color so as not to detract from the quality of the client artist's work. The symbol is based on the typography of a Japanese character meaning "flower", and all brand tools are created around this symbol. By using this "kanji" symbol, the client communicated to consumers its position as a Japanese floral artist.

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The Emerald Isle

A timeless art statement and what is today the most luxurious and rarest Irish whiskey ever created. A record-breaking highly collectable set that brings together immersive, sensorial design and craftsmanship with the artistry of refined jewellery and detailing. Envisioned as the ultimate whiskey statement, with only 7 sets in existence, the fully bespoke Emerald Isle collection pays homage to iconic and mythological Irish sites through the refined bottle, box and display unit designs that make this an unforgettable experience, and truly, a piece of whiskey and jewellery history.

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