Staff Picks of the Week: June 2, 2017
The projects on Coroflot that caught our eye over the past week really ranged from fashionable to impactful to downright delectable. Our roundup of the best projects of the week speaks to our design community's breadth of talents and ability to make the objects that surround us look great while making our lives that much better. Here are a few of our favorites this week.
It's safe to say that the concept packaging for this chocolate bar is just as sweet (if not sweeter) than the treat inside of it.
Bambino's walker design fills an interesting void of designs for older consumers that not only feel good, but also look great. I love the folding seat detail in the center, which automatically activates brakes as soon as the device has been locked into the seated position.
This clock seems to adopt a more approximate approach to telling time, suggesting through fun shapes and vivid colors to worry a little less about exactitudes and more about just letting time pass so you can zone in on any task at hand.
When a designer is excited about an assignment, the enthusiasm always shines through. This fact was made evidently clear in Jen Montgomery's design of the Pet Sounds 50th Anniversary book and disc set, which incorporates of-the-time wood veneer texturing and some fun uses of color halftone.
We're going to be honest: before feasting our eyes on this intricate sports jacket we'd never even heard of ultrasonic quilting, but after seeing how it contributed to a jacket this fantastic, we're certainly ready to dig into all of the details about it. Another fun fact is that it was constructed strictly from taped and bonded seams!