New York-based graphic designer and illustrator David Iglesias, of Tender Creative in Manhattan, redesigned the images on Burger King’s sandwiches, sides and ingredients as part of their global packaging reinvention. He also redesigned their existing icon system. The fast food giant wanted to expand its universal appeal by focusing more on bold illustrations and reducing the amount of text on their products. Iglesias’ designs helped to add more emphasis to Burger King’s popular menu items.
Check out Raw Ink Magazine’s latest edition. The online magazine was created this year by three talented young women from the Tweed Coast. To view their magazine please click here.
Here is my latest assignment.
Brief: Choose a festival and create a poster, t-shirt and wristband for their next event in 2012.
The festival I chose is POLYFEST 2012, which is held in four locations, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Rotorua. It is a music festival which showcases polynesian artists as well as food and culture from the islands that make up polynesia.
Design tea packaging for an imaginary company was my second assignment this year in Colour Theory. The company I chose was Three Thirty Tea. We had to design three colour ways and one special event. I chose Breast cancer awareness “Pink Ribbon Day” as my special event.
How awesome is this artwork using food that I found on the internet, there are some talented people out there in the world. Anyone agree with me?