Ahaa experiences are shaped by impressive and proven design solutions throughout the world. From graphics to packaging to photography, inspiration finds us and fine tunes the experiences we deliver to you.

Designer’s delight is a brief list of blog posts and designs that recently caught our attention. Cool stuff is, well, cool. And we want to share it with you.

Here is a glimpse at what we came across this week:

I Can Spice

Product packaging inspiration

We matched the categories with fitting colours and drew different graphics to each one of them. Our aim was to create a playful and detailed pattern showing plants and typical features of each category, which we can modify anytime (if there will be more categories later).”– Dekoratio Studio

See all the photos here.

Source: thedsgnblog.com


5 Novel, Subversive + Unforgettable Works by Latinx Graphic Designers

 

“When should you call a piece of graphic design “boundary breaking”? The term gets thrown around a lot these days, but what makes a piece of design actually deserving of the label? There is boundary breaking in the literal sense, as in moving across bordered terrain. And then there is design that spectacularly shifts norms, creating a new aesthetic geography and language.”

Read the full post here.

Source: Eyeondesign.aiga.com


Hands On: Folk+Form by Snøhetta, Norway

This temporary installation was done for London's design week
image © hufton + crow

“composed of four four-meter high ceramic tiled archways, turkishceramics unveils the ‘gateways’ temporary installation at granary square, king’s cross, for designjunction during london design festival 2017. designed by adam nathaniel furman, the gates lead visitors through the site’s central fountain space with a totally encompassing and mezmerizing walkway of colors and reflections, as well as of enriched details of craftsmanship and heritage.”- Tim spears

Read the full story here.

Source: Designboom.com


I Love Typography Posters

A graphic artists' poster featuring cool typography.

Designed by: Umer Ahmed

See more of his poster designs here.

Source: behance.com


Hands On: Folk+Form by Snøhetta, Norway

These designs are from a design group in Norway.

Vestre is a Norwegian, family owned and run, urban furniture design and manufacturing business founded in 1947 by Johs. Vestre. Although Vestre’s catalogue is extensive and diverse, it typically features colourful detailing and modern forms, holds true to the founder’s vision of designing and manufacturing for longevity, and has a social and sustainable-dimension.” – Richard Baird

See the full post here.

Source: bpando.org