“This is some packaging seriously fit for the Gods – well maybe one Goddess in particular. Aphrodite’s is a high-end line of Mediterranean-inspired condiments. To fit this brand profile, Midday designed the elegant and expressionistic packaging that is directly inspired from Greek mythology.” Source > Aphrodite and the Monster Typheous.
Affiche : Camille Deffrasnes
Source John Taf : La botanique en grecque.
Source : Κυρά Λένη (menu design)
Les outils les plus topissimes pour les prises de notes et le travail. https://www.behance.net/gallery/46996173/PaperGo-Brand-Identity
Image : Anátema – Zine. Heitor Kimura behance
Dora Wheeler (1856–1940) Metmuseum.
She once graced the Acropolis in Athens. She was a gift from citizens who were preparing to settle on the island of Lemnos. She is surrounded by bright figures: naked youths, goddesses in heavily pleated robes, and warriors. Opposite her stands Julius Caesar, coolly surveying the room. He heads a long line of Roman emperors. And in the background stands a large panel from the famed Pergamon altar. Dr. Patrick Schollmeyer points to it: “This was the action cinema of ancient times.” Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU)
“Jamais le désir d’une déesse ou d’une femme n’a dompté ainsi tout mon cœur.”
Beauté d’Héra. Homère, Iliade, XIV, v.170-186.
Détail de l’oeuvre : une parodie de La louve nourrissant Romulus et Rémus. The couple is standing on a stone pedestal decorated with a relief depicting an emaciated she-wolf with two skeletons under her udders.