• Deconstructed Perfume Prints by Hedi Xandt for TUSH Magazine.


    Posted on 23rd January, by Dana Tomić Hughes in graphics + illustration. 1 Comment

    Deconstructed Perfume Prints by Hedi Xandt for TUSH Magazine | Yellowtrace

    Deconstructed Perfume Prints by Hedi Xandt for TUSH Magazine | Yellowtrace

    Deconstructed Perfume Prints by Hedi Xandt for TUSH Magazine | Yellowtrace

    Deconstructed Perfume Prints by Hedi Xandt for TUSH Magazine | Yellowtrace

    Hedi Xandt is a Hamburg-based multidisciplinary designer with a fresh perspective on graphic art. His portfolio is full of interesting campaigns and ideas, although it is his work for TUSH Magazine I am particularly drawn to. Xandt deconstructed a series of luxury perfume bottles, reducing them to a single line drawing shown with key ingredients in their natural state. Inspired by the scientific herbaria of the Botanical Garden Berlin-Dahlem, Xandt conceptualised, styled and art directed the work,with photography by Stefan Vorbeck.

    Ten points from me!

     

    Deconstructed Perfume Prints by H. Xandt for TUSH Magazine | Yellowtrace

    Deconstructed Perfume Prints by H. Xandt for TUSH Magazine | Yellowtrace


    [Images courtesy of Hedi Xandt.]

     





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