Packaging: VisuaLingual

I was recently given an adorable “just because” gift from a dear friend who has a knack for finding little treasures. This Seed Bomb sack, created and designed by VisuaLingual is an interesting concept, and very well done. I love their use of typography, and how each different seed bomb pack looks distinct, yet all part of a cohesive brand. Each cloth sack is eye catching with its vibrant, oversized type and use of space. I also love the subtle details, such as the lines or ornamental shapes. My friend got me the West Coast Wildflower seed bomb, and I can’t wait to plant mine in a pot, or some space outside. Be sure to check out their custom designed seed bombs too, they would be a very unique and beautiful gift.
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All photos shown are from VisuaLingual‘s website and store. I take no credit for the photos posted above.

6 Thoughts on “Packaging: VisuaLingual

  1. jenn on July 3, 2013 at 7:50 pm said:

    i have yet to make seed bombs. it’s on my to-do-with-the-kids list!

  2. Cute packaging! These make such a great gift,

  3. Yael Nov on July 12, 2013 at 1:47 pm said:

    Let’s have a gardening day!

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  5. Hey, thank you so much for your kind words! In recent months, we’ve actually been expanding our product line beyond the garden and, with that, beyond these muslin pouches that have become practically ubiquitous for us. It’s not easy to maintain cohesion across a diverse product range, but it’s been a fun challenge for us as well.

    Anyway, you have a lovely blog!

    • Thanks, VisuaLingual! I just checked out your new products! Your scarves are awesome, and I love the coasters. I definitely feel the brand in all elements! Looks like I’ll have to do another feature on you guys! Perhaps for the winter season!

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