Can it be? I don’t want to jinx it. The forecast says 70 degrees and sunny on Friday. But we just had a snow storm (thanks, Minnesota) a couple nights ago. Aw shucks. I’m going to take a stand and declare that spring has arrived. As such, I present to you a reflection on flow... read more
"Hug Machine", via urbanvinyldaily.com
Before interning at Capsule, “Experience Design” was only an abstract term of which I had a vague understanding. Since I’ve been here, it’s something I realize is inescapable, and it’s something that delves much deeper than a comm... read more
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How do bikes and design intersect? This is the question that Greg Brose and Natalie Wynings—two Capsule designers that were chosen to be part of the upcoming ARTCRANK MSP show—constantly considered in their poster-designing process.
What is ARTCRANK, exactly? This video do... read more
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Some families of products are more prone to thoughtful package design than others. Food, alcohol, coffee, electronics and cosmetic products dominate Pinterest boards and blogs. I'm not embarrassed to say that often, I’ll buy one tube of lipstick or one bottle of whiskey or one ... read more
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Spring: it’s so close you can almost taste it. Oh, those are just the Easter themed Oreos I’ve been snacking on all morning? My bad.
But seriously, though. The sun is staying up longer and the ice banks are turning to slush, which means soon they’ll be gone forever. Or a... read more