• Antoni Guidí - Candles: de la Sagrada Família.
  • Antoni Guidí - Candles: de la Sagrada Família.

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Antoni Guidí - Candles: de la Sagrada Família.
  • Antoni Guidí - Candles: de la Sagrada Família.

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Antoni Guidí - Candle: de la Sagrada Família.
  • Antoni Guidí - Candle: de la Sagrada Família.

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Antoni Guidí - Candle: de la Sagrada Família.
  • Antoni Guidí - Candle: de la Sagrada Família.

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Red
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Red

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Vintage
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Vintage

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Black
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Black

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Backside
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - Backside

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - UI/UI Webdesign
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - UI/UI Webdesign

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - A0 Poster
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - A0 Poster

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - A0 Poster Street BillBoard
  • Guidí Candles: Sagrada Família - A0 Poster Street BillBoard

    A N T O N I - G A U D Í: C A N D L E S

    1 Candle = 1 Brick
    The idea of Guidi Candle began when I was watching films like “Willy Wonka” and “Madmen”, then researching package designs from the 20s–60s and becoming obsessed with that vintage look—a look that is conceptually simple but has enough substance to make an impact from the typography, pattern, and colour choices. I wanted Guidi Sagrada Familia Candle to be a luxury/artisan candle brand—having the idea of it being handcrafted in Barcalona, with each scent constructed and developed carefully like a piece of art, producing a distinct composition. The design of the Guidi Candle brand was to have that vintage spirit but (of course) still keep it luxe. However, the most important thing was the box packaging design. I stuck with some traditional patterns that are classics but added new ones that are a bit more pop-art. The pattern is the focal point of the box design because I like a package to stand out on a store shelf (which is essential very important).



    Guidí Candles de la Sagrada Família

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