Updated! Finished the mockup for the Seeds in the Middle Eat Real Event website. Yay Food Day 2012! designed by yours truly, Bridget

Updated! Finished the mockup for the Seeds in the Middle Eat Real Event website. Yay Food Day 2012! designed by yours truly, Bridget

Logo and website placeholder for eatrealnyc.org until I design the main site! Hand-drawn logo and lettering and layout by yours truly (Bridget)
This is the first year for the Foley Square festival. Held in conjunction with Food Day 2012 and United Nations Day 2012, hopefully it will be a blast! (and a success for Seeds in the Middle)!

Logo and website placeholder for eatrealnyc.org until I design the main site! Hand-drawn logo and lettering and layout by yours truly (Bridget)

This is the first year for the Foley Square festival. Held in conjunction with Food Day 2012 and United Nations Day 2012, hopefully it will be a blast! (and a success for Seeds in the Middle)!

pamelaiyulores:

This logo was made in Visual Merchandise Class for a local ice cream line.Sorbetes is filipino for ice cream and the logo shape is a shape of our local/dirty ice cream cart.

pamelaiyulores:

This logo was made in Visual Merchandise Class for a local ice cream line.Sorbetes is filipino for ice cream and the logo shape is a shape of our local/dirty ice cream cart.

Very simple, but has an impact as a result…beautiful.

clubhaus:

Loving these simple color palettes from Raw Color’s identity design work for food stylist Franke Elshout.

- Maggie

Lunch Hour Illustrations - dress design and sketch. By yours truly (Bridget).

Lunch Hour Illustrations - dress design and sketch. By yours truly (Bridget).

HOW much awesomeness is THIS. The spray paint texture, period-piece visuals, and in your face contrast with a Banksy feel creates a unique tea experience even before you drink it. I would 100% pick up a pack of these. And drink them. But not before admiring the packaging.

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constantworkinprocess:

MONTREAL—When Montreal-based agency lg2boutique was handed lemons, it turned them into… bold packaging. 

The agency was the creative mind behind packaging for the Boris Iced Tea products (from Quebec brewer La Brasserie Licorne) which launched earlier this summer. Lg2 came up with a separate identity for both flavours of the iced tea — the character on the lemon packaging “is reminiscent of an eccentric character from England with a classic look, inspired by tea.” 

I love the witty copy here. Can’t turn down a good pun :) Plus you’ve got a good hand-drawn feel. Awesome, 160over90!

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flo-ssie:

Yume Ume packaging created by 160over90

Lunch Hour Illustrations - green onions. By Bridget.

Lunch Hour Illustrations - green onions. By Bridget.