Blog: Show & Tell
Posted Nov 1, 2011 by in Show & Tell

Bella e Dolce

Our packaging design system for Agostoni Chocolate, an Italian chocolatier, got a bit of press on the Communication Arts Web site in their Exhibit section today.

The color-coded labels signify the type of chocolate and details of each product’s chocolate origin and cacao percentage are printed in easy-to-read type. Branded shipping boxes in three sizes include tear-open POP display formats that retain presence while the product is in storage rooms or on retail shelves.

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Posted Sep 7, 2011 by in Show & Tell

Design Spotted: Agostoni Chocolate Packaging

Spotted on The Dieline, was our Agostoni Chocolate Food Service couverture package design, in all it’s colorful glory, filled with rich couverture. Design at it’s yummiest.

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Posted Apr 19, 2011 by in Show & Tell

Michael Stinson to Speak at ArtStart Festival


ArtStart 2011

Ramp Creative Partner and Creative Director to Speak on Typography at the ArtStart 2011 Festival

Los Angeles, CA (April 19, 2011) – Ramp Creative Creative Director Michael Stinson will be speaking at College of the Canyons ArtStart 2011, a two-day festival promoting the performing and visual arts. The session, called “Type, the Invisible Art Form” will feature a screening of the film Helvetica by Gary Huswit. Afterward, Stinson will be lecturing on typography and global visual culture.

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Posted Mar 20, 2011 by in Show & Tell

Design Spotted: Edwards Lifesciences Annual Report

 

LACP Vision Awards Annual Report Competition Winners iPhone App

Spotted on the iTunes app store is the LACP 2009 Vision Awards Annual Report Competition iPhone app, to which we saw our award-winning 2008 Edwards Lifesciences Annual Report shown on the app download page screenshot. Nice happenchance.

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