Neville Brody, coca cola design, a design advertising coca cola in where he has used the outline and shape of the coca cola bottle to make an almost optical illusion/psychedelic pattern, i like this piece because it is eye catching and simple without losing what the advertisement is about and can clearly be recognised as the coca cola brand.
This was advertised on eBay as 'Home Front 1940s Kitchen Skyline utensil set sold in Britain'. However, this was a popular color combination and banded design in the U. S. during the 1930s. A prolific USA manufacturer was the A & J Company which always stamped their logo on the metal part of the utensils.
BDH Millwork - Canadian advertising studio WAX are the team behind these sophisticated buisness cards for cabinet-maker Brad Haniak of BDH Millwork. On a tiny budget, the WAX team came up with the idea to rubber-stamp Haniak’s business card information onto pieces of leftover wood, found in abundance at his carpentry workshop.