53+ Impressive BEST Free Food & Drink Designs
The art of preparing food is as much about making it look good as it is about taste–as the saying goes, “First we eat with our eyes.” That’s why visual presentation in the culinary world is so critical. So in this post, I’m going to show you some creative examples of Food & Drink Designs that will surely make you drool.
Food & Drink
This Food & Drink Menu Collection helps you to easily view the templates and models in a digital photo realistic set. This pack contains: 3 PSD files (Photoshop CS4) 3 JPG files This is a summary of all the functionality in this mock project.
Asia Food Mock
Photorealistic style in Asian food packages. 2 PSD files use the Smart-Object function, so you can easily and quickly delete the mock-up content.
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The Sculpted Alphabet
New tools and revolutionary playgrounds. One rule: choose a letter and design it! Maxon brought us his different sculpting tools with the latest releases of Cinema 4D. Our goal was to create the whole alphabet and discover some completely new ways to build and see the form. The Playful Performance of the Individual
A Yummy Curated Gallery
Jack Daniel`s Honey
Sweets And Candy
Serial Cut & Analog
Types Of Type
Recipes For Life
Santo, an ad agency in Buenos Aires, has employed us to create a collection of slow motion lettering videos for the Danone Yogurísimo advertisement. There were three 15-second TV commercials in Argentina, and four brief, multimedia videos on YouTube and elsewhere on the Web. The designs were also used as out-of-home advertising around Buenos Aires.
McDonald’s introduced a Royale interface for their online guest interactions: a replica was drawn from customer tweets and facebook posts to be re-createdor re-imagined in hand lettered prototypes and hurried reaction gifs showcasing rave reviews of their Signature Sandwich collection. The creative team needed a sound for every guy.
36 Days Of Type 2017
Calories Make Me Happy
Twist Your Favourites
Feel Good Food
Typographic Chocolate is a student project of the University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Department of Communication Design, under the direction of Prof. Jürgen Huber. The aim of the course was to create a product with a typographical reference for the Berlin Museum of Letters. The Museum of Letters is devoted to the collection and recording of letter types. Hundreds of signs have already been saved