I have a serious addiction and since this addiction has a serious cute name and a fantastic corporate identity, I decided to share. My addiction feeds my need to obsessing. I constantly think about the next time it would be okay to visit Agnes. I have tried to tell myself that it is not very healthy, but it seems like my mind loves the sugar (or colours??) and is perfectly okay with dying of a sugar rush. As long as cupcakes are the path to it. If you are nearby you should visit Agnes – it’ll be worth it!
Besides the beautiful packaging, nice illustrations and very great colour span – I simply love that women would put snake venom on their skin. I’m still trying to figure out what good that should do. Isn’t that a bad thing? Like deadly if the snake bites you or smaller animals? Anyway enjoy the great pictures!
I was recently invited to a home party for candles which doesn’t effect the environment when burning. Which in fact is very appealing! I bought these two scent candles. They have a nice subtle scent and the packaging is very minimalistic. I am not a big fan of the logo though but the packaging had to get some credit and of course the candle itself. So good to the environment that it wouldn’t harm your children if they accidentally ate some of it. I really love the way all of it turns fluid when lit!
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Besides having some amazing jewelry Line&Jo has a great identity as well. I love the feminine colour (and the rounded shapes in the logo) combined with the more raw design of the jewelry and the fabric of the ribbon. I have yet to visit their small boutique downtown, but I am sure it stays in the spirit of the identity.
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My sweet mother brought my attention to this campaign for Jamie Oliver at Scandic Hotels. I found out that this was in the making back in 2009, so I am sorry if I am a bit late by showing this now. In short the partnership is about improving the experience of eating at Scandic. Read more below!
“The cooperation agreement between Jamie Oliver and Scandic will run for three years with a focus on different target groups each year. The first year we pay tribute to all kids, whom from this summer will be able to try out completely new children’s menus at all 150 of Scandic’s hotels. Many traditional meals will be revamped and accompanied by superb new dishes, naturally prepared using organic ingredients.”
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