Showing posts with label toys. Show all posts
Showing posts with label toys. Show all posts

Monday, June 3, 2013

Monday, September 7, 2009

Nakamichi Racer Clamshell Packaging

From The Design Tracts

Before I designed the very slick packaging for QVC, I put together the retail versions which sold at Walmart, Target, and Shopko and elsewhere. I've never broken them out their packages and I don't know if I ever will.

Along with this assignment was the design of the logo. I'll post my concepts of that later in another post.

This package also features me as a hand model!

Nakamichi Racer Special QVC Packaging

From The Design Tracts
A few years back while working for Senario LLC, I was asked to design up this slick packaging concept for QVC to be sold as a special holiday promotion. Nakamichi Racers were among the first of the many 54th scale mini-remote control cars to be imported into this country when they were all the rage.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Kobi and Obi Packaging

From The Design Tracts

One of my first major projects with Podd Morrow Design of Chicago, and for their client Senario, I had the Kobi Oki and Obi Tan boxes to tackle.

Kobi and Obi were interactive stuffed animals. You could "tickle" them and they would respond in kind.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

VS-Maxx Final Logo

VS-Maxx Final Logo by matthewpickard
VS-Maxx Final Logo, a photo by matthewpickard on Flickr.
The top logo is the brand mark that I developed. Below shows the other directions we could have gone. I do like the final result.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Bunjie Hucksters & Holiday Shopping

From The Design Tracts

Sometimes the best design comes on the fly. The Bunjie Huckster packaging was once such program that I put together in a matter of hours, die-lines and all.I don't know what it is, but I can never complete my holiday shopping without waiting to the last moment. I am too picky. No gift is good enough and the prices always seem to high.
Just like with design and certainly with some projects over others.

Tight deadlines are at most times, this designer's best friend. I don't have time to shop, I must pick a direction, develop it and get it off my desk and to the client.