I don’t know much about Penhaligon’s and firstly know it from the post in http://www.thedieline.com on its Christmas gift collection. Well, I ‘d say I was sudden in love with this brand. The boxes are so beautiful and have a good combination of traditional and modern look.
This intrigue design done by http://www.jkrglobal.com which I think they did a wonderful job blended the old vintage style element with the very bright color and created the result that is so charming; fresh, festive and yet very elegant.
Here are some of the design for its bottles and packaging. They all are so pretty and surely a person who crazy for the pretty packaging like me can’t miss to put them in my wish list :)
Googling today and surprisingly found the pretty animation. I then later found out it is to celebrate the 107th anniversary of Little Nemo in Slumberland by Winsor McCay, an American cartoonist and animator which could claim to be the pioneer of the early animated film!.
An animated Doodle by Google on October 15th, 2012 (top)
Little Nemo in Slumberland by Winsor McCays
Gertie the Dinosaur, the other well known animation by Winso McCays
OMG…. I feel like I just found the treasure!!! It is a collection of historical maps by David Rumpsey, the president of cartography Associates based in San Francisco. Here are just a few example (timeline map and map for the blind) of how amazing they are. To see full version go to http://www.davidrumsey.com/ — enjoy! . )
Atlas for the blind 1873
Browsed in http://www.thedieline.com seeing a design for one wine label and then spotted another pretty ones for Christobel’s.
The idea for these label is to reflect the memory of Christobel who was passionate about flowers. And the illustration were inspired by the work of Maria Sibylla Merian, a pioneering woman of art in the 1600s. Below are some example of her work —Gorgeous!