William Kitchens | http://behance.net/WilliamKitchens
“This school project is a personal rebranding of Klean Strip ®, a producer of solvents, thinners, removers, and other products. The goal with this new design direction was to truly showcase the chemical nature of the products they produce. The new logo incorporates elements of chemical structure into its design as well as elements from the periodic table. This translates to the packaging with use of clean lines and type with basic colors to further differentiate products. *This project is not associated in any way with the brand Klean Strip ®.”
Graphic Designer based in Sugar Hill, GA, USA. Focused on graphic design, photography and packaging.
This is how I would do packaging: beautiful, simple, straight-to-the-point.
When writing a thesis, the importance of just getting outside and taking a walk cannot be under emphasized
Three weeks from today I turn in my thesis project. It’s going to be awfully quiet at dzinefan until then. Looking forward to really getting into blogging about the NYC design scene after that.
I directed a photo shoot today with the incredibly charming designer Rebecca Minkoff. Here’s a sneak peek. John Halpern, photographer extraordinaire, took the pics.
I was doing some research into why shelter magazines fail and came upon this editorial in the Times by former EIC of House & Garden, Dominique Browning.
Not only is the writing and language simply remarkable, she has a very uplifting message about facing and overcoming life-changing, traumatic events in life and how you find hope and opportunity in loss.