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Perhaps a hole punched in the top could help. It could hang on the hooks of a shower caddy. Or maybe some cord and a suction cup.
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2010 on Wer at TheDieline.com: Package Design
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Here's the before: http://www.thedieline.com/blog/2009/12/yellow-blue-organic-wine.html
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on Yellow+Blue at TheDieline.com: Package Design
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Nice, AC.
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2010 on Hanger Tea at TheDieline.com: Package Design
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Erin, I have an idea notebook that's very similar to your idea folder. Oftentimes, I open it up and flip through it with a sigh. It's nice to know the ideas are right there waiting for me. As part of my new resolutions, I started putting a couple of the more easily implemented ideas on my Teux Deux browser list. Last weekend, I actually worked on a couple! It was so fun and satisfying. I wish the same for you! Best of luck with the secret project. I can't wait to find out more!
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Ah, the perks of being a founder of The Dieline. What a fabulous kit.
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Wish granted, Erin! I just updated the post with new photos with some close-ups.
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Dan, I must correct you: As far as I can tell from my conversation with him and his bio, Simmons is a born and bred American, and his opinion is coming from his own experience. Wolff Olins does have offices in London, but Simmons is located in the New York office. I do agree with Yael's comment that Simmons was probably referring to the lack of creativity in packaging among the large-scale brands and would quickly acknowledge the unique work being done by some of the smaller or burgeoning brands and design firms. However, I can't personally speak for Simmons in that regard; I can only quote what was said to me, which is what appears in the article. And, to be fair, I was the one that sequed into the mention of the Tropicana packaging, not him.
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Wow. This is really charming work. I'd drop this in my basket in a heartbeat. It's really nice to see some pet food packaging that you don't want to hide under the sink or in the pantry. Very nice branding!
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Thanks, I believe I fixed them.
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I am a big tea drinker, and of Yogi Tea in particular! I saw this the other day whilst doing my weekly shopping and did a double take. I was a little saddened by the new packaging and feel most of the earthy mystique of the product has been completely overridden by the new design. I agree with Yael: a custom illustration that pays homage to the henna pattern style would have been much better than the photorealistic cups of tea currently featured. I say "boo" for this one.
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Rockin'. I adore Wink's stuff.
Toggle Commented Apr 3, 2009 on Rebel Green at TheDieline.com: Package Design
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I just updated the post with an image without bubbles.
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Wow, there are some really lovely things here! I love the Sassy Sparkling Wine, Drum beer and illustrations on the straitjacket wine.
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Hi Marlene, I just added an up close photo of the lamb rub. You can see photos of all the seasonings and rubs at thespiceoutfit.com.
Toggle Commented Jan 27, 2009 on The Spice Outfit at TheDieline.com: Package Design
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