Using Pantone Colors to Communicate Beer Varietals
I’m a fan of designers who use Pantone colors and branding in clever ways. Combine that with a love for beer and you’ll quickly understand why this concept jumped out at me.
I discovered this on Adweek.  Original source:  TXABER

Using Pantone Colors to Communicate Beer Varietals

I’m a fan of designers who use Pantone colors and branding in clever ways. Combine that with a love for beer and you’ll quickly understand why this concept jumped out at me.

I discovered this on Adweek.  Original source:  TXABER

A great example of breaking design paradigms.
Via Green Renaissance:

Dry stone wall with tree built by Eric Landman in memory of his wife Kerry. Kerry Landman Memorial, Island Lake Conservation Area, Mono, Ontario. The main wall is Limestone with local rounded granite fieldstones that were found on site to represent the leaves. A lot of them had green moss on them that added to the effect of the stones looking like foliage.Source - stoneartblog.blogspot.com

A great example of breaking design paradigms.

Via Green Renaissance:

Dry stone wall with tree built by Eric Landman in memory of his wife Kerry. Kerry Landman Memorial, Island Lake Conservation Area, Mono, Ontario. The main wall is Limestone with local rounded granite fieldstones that were found on site to represent the leaves. A lot of them had green moss on them that added to the effect of the stones looking like foliage.
Source - stoneartblog.blogspot.com

I have to give these folks credit for trying to improve the pizza box.  I’m not sure eating off of a piece of corrugated cardboard is for everyone, but it will certainly appeal to some.  

Learn more at www.greenboxny.com

About Ecovention:

Ecovention, LLC is a design, licensing firm and manufacturing firm dedicated to improving outmoded, outdated and wasteful food packaging. Ecovention, LLC is marketing its first product, the GreenBox (US Patent 7,051,919), a pizza box manufactured from 100% recycled material. The top of the GreenBox breaks down into convenient serving plates, eliminating the need for disposable plates. The bottom of the ‘GreenBox’ converts easily into a handy storage container, eliminating the need for plastic wrap, tin foil or plastic bags. The perforations and scores that create this functionality allow for easy disposal into a standard-sized recycling bin. Made from a standard pizza blank, the GreenBox requires no additional material or major redesign and can therefore be produced at no additional manufacturing cost. Ecovention, LLC owns the utility patent on the GreenBox.