July 9, 2009 | 14 Comments
Designed by Lauren Golembiewski | Country: United States
“Honey Moon is a promotional wine bottle that would be sent out for the first day of summer. The concept is based on the the first full moon in June, which occurs near the first day of summer. It is seen as the most optimal time to harvest honey and thus, called the honey moon. The bottle would be sent to new clients, as we start our honeymoon for our sweet new business relationship. I also developed the typeface that was used for the logo.”
July 8, 2009 | No Comments
Designed by Death By Colour | Country: United Kingdom
This isn’t actually a concept that went to shelves but it’d be lovely if somebody ran with these, as they’re really beautiful bottle designs.
July 6, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Adam Haynes | Country: United States
Beautiful labels for Deschutes Beer from Oregon based illustrator Adam Haynes. Be sure to check out his portfolio for some solid illustration work.
July 5, 2009 | 10 Comments
Designed by Fantasist | Country: Romania
“A self initiated project to design the packaging for a whiskey bottle.
The idea: I wanted to tell the real story behind the brand through the packaging itself. Thus, Mr. Burglar is born, a brand with an attractive packaging meant to highlight an intrinsic peculiarity of high quality spirits. The central element is Mr. Burglar himself, a gentleman whose style matches the essence of the brand.
To further enhance the concept I used thermosensitive paper. Once buyer touches the label, their fingerprints become visible, creating a tactile connection with the product.”
July 3, 2009 | 6 Comments
Designed by Amore | Country: Sweden
“After launch, Cider immediately took second and forth place on the Swedish cider sales list, and has been top five ever since. Amore has won numerous awards for the design of Cider. With zero other marketing efforts, Cider has sales and distribution in Norway, Italy and Germany.”
July 1, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by SocialUK | Country: United Kingdom
“Packaging for unique, super chilled wine, presented in an aluminum bottle”.
June 30, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by FULLER | Country: Australia
“FULLER recently completed Elderton’s Neil Ashmead GTS (Grand Tourer Shiraz), a tribute wine who’s packaging fittingly celebrates the life and loves of the late Neil Ashmead, a passionate South Australian wine man who had a lust for life and a love of fast cars.
Playing on Neil’s passions and reflecting his outgoing personality, the design pays homage to the Holden GTS – complete with go-fast stripes, shark gills and topped with a 6-speed gear stick. A winner’s wreath neck-label completes the package.
A package that is unique and takes a risk – just like the man himself.”
June 30, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by Art in the Age | Country: United States
“At 80 proof, ROOT is unlike anything else on the market today and is the first true American liqueur since the Pre-Prohibition Era.
It is lively, and rose gold in color, this rustic spirit has a full, rich smoky flavor, inspired by an 18th century Pennsylvania folk recipe, which eventually evolved into Birch or Root Beer. The recipe stems from Root Tea, which goes back to the 1700s, when Native Americans taught the recipe to settlers. Over generations, Root Tea grew in potency, particularly in Pennsylvania, where the ingredients grew in abundance. During the Temperance Movement, a Philadelphia pharmacist removed the alcohol and ironically rechristened it Root Beer. This is our creation and interpretation of a genuine potent, Root Tea.
ROOT is a certified organic spirit made with North American herbs and pure cane sugar. All botanicals are painstakingly selected and tested for purity. Using all natural, organic ingredients, like anise, birch bark, cloves and cardamom, with hints of spearmint and citrus, the sugarcane based liquor is distilled in limited batches to ensure maximum quality.”
June 29, 2009 | No Comments
Designed by Jared Milam & Lily Chow | Country: United States
“Trillium Absinthe is one of the first legally produced absinthe’s in the United States. Its another great spirit from Integrity Spirits in Portland Oregon.
The bottle has a distinct shape that communicates the elegance and ritual of absinthe. The botanicals used to make the absinthe are represented on the outside of the bottle in the label design. The bottle itself, is sealed with a wax cap. The layers of the design echo the complexity of the absinthe within.
Lily Chow, a close friend was designer. I was Art Director and QA throughout production. It took a long 6 months to go through government regulations. The bottle, and booze, are perfect.”
June 24, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Robot-food | Country: United Kingdom
“The aim was to create a supermarket friendly label to appeal to the mass market. If a large retail channel or wine supplier wants an own brand with a clear message, offering delicious, good value, ready to drink wine, ‘Drinks Well’ is the ideal solution.
The visuals include three very different wines from separate countries and the label descriptions clearly state what the average consumer needs to know. They have uniform characteristics, starting with the grape variety, then a brief summary, followed by the region of origin and wine variety. Lastly is a detailed description that ends with a unique sentence backing up the fact that the wine ‘Drinks Well’.
The range can include as many wines as required and there is clear colour distinction between the reds, the whites, and the rosés.
Robot-food is now targeting ‘Drinks Well’ to wine distributors and supermarkets in the hope that they will want to take the brand on.”