Mingren Mingyan Tea Packaging | ONE & ONE DESIGN | The Dieline
Designed by ONE & ONE DESIGN, Mingren Mingyan is a tea brand based in Fujian Province, near the Wuyi mountain where one finds the root to Chinese tea culture. In Chinese, Mingren Mingyan pronounces the same as ‘celebrity’s well saying’. To break down the phrase, ‘Mingren’ means tea maker or the man who sampling tea; ‘Mingya’ means the geographical location of tea growth and the special conditions of the land that gives rise to the unique flavor of the tea produced.
Really? Please be more specific. [I hope they sell cupcakes too]
When your software CAN’T EVEN
#CSA no.3- holy crap, how am I going to eat all of this stuff!? And I almost missed the pick up too, thank god they called to remind me! #organic #tuvhaaretz #ny #farm #instacollage
Typeframe: Render vs. Cardboard
OK, now I give up. After seeing so many extraordinary, life-like 3D type models I had assumed this beautifully complex ‘a’ was of the same mould. But no. This character has actually been constructed physically. It’s made me realise that the line between 3D rendered graphic shapes and real constructed shapes is now imperceptible.
This Bodoni ‘a’ is part of a personal project called Typeframe by Gerard Miró of Lo Siento a Design Studio based in Barcelona, Spain. The ‘internal structure’ of the character has been constructed from cardboard “undressing the letter to show its skeleton”.
Here’s a more accurate view of its progress