Mini Coffee Press

Designed to look almost like an epi-pen for coffee, the Mini Coffee Press is impressively tiny, and works partly like a French Press, and partly like a tea-bag… but for coffee. Effectively the smallest coffee-press we’ve seen, the Mini Coffee Press comes with a base into which you fill yourRead More →

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Non-alcoholic beer tends to look like a cheap knockoff of its boozy brethren. Take O’Doul’s, Anheuser-Busch’s no alcohol beer that has sported a pseudo-Irish lager label that looks as old as its 28 years of existence. No surprise here, but O’Douls was having trouble with millennials, which is what ledRead More →

Coasters are high on the list of things you can never have too many of. (I mean, no one actually likes cleaning up water rings on a table, right?) They’re also small, easy to store, and a fun way to punch up a coffee table. Instead of suggesting you spendRead More →

Manhattan cocktail

The classic Manhattan cocktail was the most famous cocktail shortly after its birth at the Manhattan club in New York City in the 1880s. Over the years, it has fallen in and out of popularity but found its place as a mainstay in most bars during the craft cocktail renaissance.Read More →

Because the Single Barrel Collection grew over time, with each new product introduced separately, there was a disconnect with the packaging for the collection as a whole. That’s where Studio MLPS came in. Under the art direction of the Brown-Forman Global Design, the team at Studio MLPS was hired to redesign the Collection’s packaging. Source:Read More →

Lush green, wheat yellow and rust brown star in this rural-inspired colour scheme that is quite contemporary.  I call it Country Cool.Read More →

Teabox is a tea-commerce company that is seeking to revolutionize the experience of one of the oldest drinks in history by bringing it directly to the consumer. Natasha Jen and team designed a bold new identity, packaging and website for the online retailer that will help establish it as aRead More →

the dangling dinner table lets 22 fearless diners chow down from way, way up. The post dinner in the sky’s flying kitchen takes the culinary experience to a lofty new height appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine . Source: dinner in the sky’s flying kitchen takes theRead More →