Here is a sneak preview of a new product we plan to release for our future order for JiMiAgency
Card wallets! with faux leather cover and 10 card sleeves, its a cool handy product. We will release further details later on with our tentative schedule for our next group order. We are looking at July for registrations.
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Someone for the love of god teach me anatomy!That left arm took me an embarrassing amount of time to draw and it’s terrible *sigh* ANYWAY TAKE MY CURRENT FEELINGS AND BURY THEM DEEP IN THE GROUND. I’m sorry for the crappy drawing :(
“Brücke it’s a brand formed by a Schwarzbier and a Weissbier. Its name refers to Franz Ernst Brückmann, a german doctor who wrote a play in which the Brunswick Mumme was mentioned as a drink with miraculous effects. Thanks to this legend, the Mumme, a beer that has been elaborated in Brunswick (Germany) since 1390, became popular and expanded into new territories.”
Anna Salvador is a graphic design student based in Barcelona, Spain. Most of her work is focused on Editorial Design and Photography, but also graphic design, branding and packaging. She believes that beauty and functionality lies in simplicity and clearness so that’s what she’s trying to express in her projects.
We like brewing beer and handing out presents. So we decided that our 7 year anniversary was the perfect time to combine these things. We created a super limited package for our clients and friends, including 2 home-brewed beers. A nice and smooth porter and one extremely hoppy IPA. The labels are silkscreened in 3 colors on transparent vinyl stickers, showing the color of the bottle.
To prepare for the unexpected, American pioneers carried
“possibilities bags”. These bags weren’t filled with solutions to
specific problems, but tools to engineer solutions to any problem.
The Best Made Possibilities Kit
includes a set of basic tools that accomplish what your fingers can’t.
Paired with adaptability and some skill, the Possibilities Kit will turn
sudden inconveniences into small victories.