For those of you who don’t understand archaeology, I have made a diagram.
red white and blue are the colors of freedom until they’re flashing in your rearview mirror
Leo Vinković | http://behance.net/leovinkovic
“For the extra symbolism of the product, we designed the honey packaging to be hexagonal pots. Not only will the product be differentiated from most packages on the market, but there is an interesting opportunity to stack the pots in the form of a honeycomb and it also has a link to the complete logo and visual identity. Accordingly packaging has hexagonal wooden sleeve for the lid. Wood will contribute in providing additional warmth and charm and symbolism of naturally produced products.”
Graphic designer based in Osijek, Croatia. I have experience in Branding, Book Design, Editorial Design, Packaging, Typography, Art Direction and Conceptual Design.
i’m so ANGRY *punches a hole in the wall* MOM MY HAND
ok, new theory. maybe we should play so quietly, no one can hear us
well maybe we would sound so bad if some people didn’t try to play with big meaty claws
what did you say, punk?
WELL THESE CLAWS AIN’T JUST FOR ATTRACTING MATES
BRING IT ON OLD MAN, BRING IT ON
no people let’s be smart and bring it OFF
OH SO NOW THE TALKING CHEESE IS GONNA PREACH TO US
The Wang Chair is a sleek, sexy lounger designed from a combination of a cleverly-positioned tripod steel frame and oak laminated seating with a signature gold connecting detail at the back functioning as the spine of the entire design.
It is one of those furniture that munkii creates every now and then that permeates a idiosyncratic and flaunting aura yet fits seamlessly into every space and function.
For individuals who wants to bring the “bling” in their lives right into their living spaces, the Wang Lounger is an expressive piece of furniture that conveys class, luxury and an absolute stunting addition.
Steel frame with matte black finish
Wooden seat with oak grain laminate
Gold painted connecting point
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