Salted Caramel Chocolate Bees, by John & Kira’s. Each bee is carefully painted by hand with a paper-thin layer of yellow and black cocoa butter. The packaging for these is just as lovely as the chocolates themselves.
Drip Maple Syrup, designed by Scott Leder.
I’m not a huge fan of maple syrup, but I have to admire the simple beauty of this design. The font family was well chosen, and the copy is superb. Anyone who designs items to be used at the breakfast table should take a cue from this guy.
You know we all secretly enjoy avoiding morning conversation by taking an interest in what is written on the cereal box. Now you can have a classy breakfast and enjoy some light reading as well!
Source: The Dieline
This is a lovely visual representation of piano music, somewhat along the lines of Fantasia, but without the dancing unicorns. Sometimes the gradients of black and white make the best impact.
100% TobeUs, started by Italian architect and designer Matteo Ragni, who began his quest of “giving children the possibility to love an object” after becoming a father. These wooden toy cars are made from cedar and are built to last. Designed by various skilled designers.
Pictured above, Autoscontro by Lanzavecchia + Wai. Check the TobeUs link for more photos.