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This is a great piece of inspiration for my project. I like this container as it mimics that old-timey style but can be made more contemporary with the branding and package design. The bold typography with the softer colour palette creates a particular mood.

…Again this ‘modern vintage’ style popular in the this strawberry talc tin has captured our imagination and lead on to some beautiful ideas (and terrible sketches)!

#vintage alphabet#, @ seed factory

These vintage pages from the French book Album de Lettres are especially gorgeous examples of classic typography. Each page features a full alphabet, print

Tobacco Tins. What historical influences do you find here—try the Industrial Revolution or Arts and Crafts.—Prof. Zeller

how can tobacco tins be this beautiful? What historical influences do you find here—try the Industrial Revolution or Arts and Crafts.

“A spellbinding tale of sisterhood, love, and betrayal.” ―Sabaa Tahir, New York Times bestselling author of An Ember in the Ashes How far would you go to save your sister? The Night Circus meets The Selection in Stephanie Garber’s sweeping tale of two sisters who escape their ruthless father when they enter the dangerous intrigue of a legendary game. #Books

Stephanie Garber’s YA debut, Caraval, was not only chosen as a YA Buzz Book at…

I do not like this book cover because I think it is too difficult to differentiate the text and know what the title is.

All about Broadcast Hysteria: Orson Welles's War of the Worlds and the Art of Fake News by A. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers

The Woman In Black, book coverI was commissioned earlier this year to design the cover for Susan Hill’s gothic horror, The Woman In Black, which has just been republished by Penguin Random House. A Victorian feel was required but the brief was quite...

The Woman In Black, book coverI was commissioned earlier this year to design the cover for Susan Hill’s gothic horror, The Woman In Black, which has just been republished by Penguin Random House. A Victorian feel was required but the brief was quite.