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Graphic designer Morey Talmor created a self-initiated branding project for a fictional drug company he named, “Habit.”  In the current branding edition of Computer Arts Magazine, Talmor explains that the project is meant to “parody the luxury product industry, and the glitz, glamour and rock-star sensibility associated with drug use.”  
Inspired by the fashion and high-end luxy product style, his packaging design mixes antique and new glass bottles, syringes, tins and cans, all painted in a black gloss and silkscreened with white ink.  Classic, minimal and sexy, what I love about this work is the subtext of social critique. 

Graphic designer Morey Talmor created a self-initiated branding project for a fictional drug company he named, “Habit.”  In the current branding edition of Computer Arts Magazine, Talmor explains that the project is meant to “parody the luxury product industry, and the glitz, glamour and rock-star sensibility associated with drug use.”  

Inspired by the fashion and high-end luxy product style, his packaging design mixes antique and new glass bottles, syringes, tins and cans, all painted in a black gloss and silkscreened with white ink.  Classic, minimal and sexy, what I love about this work is the subtext of social critique.