Freeflavour is an endless stream of food related design, carefully curated by a small team of illustrators and designers. As people of creative backgrounds, we are all absolutely fascinated by the way in which food and drink has been packaged, advertised and displayed throughout history. Often we find ourselves making harsh split-second decisions on which products to buy, drawn to the packaging that stands out because of its use of beautiful typography or elegant industrial design.
We believe that the way in which a product is presented manifests flavour. This flavour that can not tasted by the tongue, but rather by the eyes. Since you can experience this flavour without actually consuming the products we refer to this as “free flavour“, and our blog is dedicated to it.
About the Site
The title font used is Nevis by Ed Merritt, and the body font is Asap by Pablo Cosgaya. This website is powered by WordPress.org. The theme was adapted by James Gibbs from Imbalance 2 by WP Shower. It uses Masonry by David Desandro to arrange images into a nice neat grid and Infinite Scroll by Paul Irish to make it an endless stream of healthy visual goodness. The Main navigation and social icons are Entypo pictograms by Daniel Brucs.