December 17, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Arena-Bahamonde | Country: Argentina
“Arena-Bahamonde wines carried out in cooperation with renowned Argentinean oenologists. These wines are the result of unique and exclusive grapes that are divided into two categories: classic and reserve. The labels, which show artistic backgrounds and illustrations, emphasize the unique character of the wine and the concept is completed by means of the texts.”
December 17, 2012 | 5 Comments
Designed by Diana Gibadulina | Country: Russia
“The idea was to create the wine for those, who love wine, but every time the person goes to the shop, doesn’t know which to choose. On the pack you can find the best suitable case for drinking it, the best temperature, which food best suits etc.”
December 16, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by B&B studio | Country United Kingdom
“Our friends at Slamsey’s Farm make gins each year with fruits handpicked from their own fields and hedgerows. After discovering that famous naturalist John Ray was born near the farm in 1627, we created a set of labels for the brand featuring intricate insect illustrations – a nod to his meticulous cataloguing of the local flora and fauna, and Slamsey’s careful gin-making craft. The final designs are countryside-inspired, but stylish enough to grace the city’s hippest bars.”
December 15, 2012 | No Comments
Designed by Distil Studio | Country: United Kingdom
“Against a backdrop of an economy still struggling to recover, our Christmas gift to clients and friends this year is a little easier to swallow… an Austerity Measure to raise a smile.
“Design agencies will often send bottles of wine or port to their clients at Christmas but this is about the economies of scale, literally. We sent out 60 of these miniature bottles during the week that chancellor George Osborne gave his autumn statement, making the idea very timely. Yes, it’s tough out there… but it doesn’t stop us thinking of engaging ideas.” Neil Hedger, Distil Studio.”
December 15, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Audun Stien | Country: Norway
“The story began in San Antonio, Texas 1948 when the children of Mac Frankie started hanging out at the brewery. There wasn’t too much to do at the brewery for the young potential alcoholics, so they started playing games with the old corks laying around on the ground. Numerous games were invented at the brewery, and these games have been played all around the world without knowing the names of them. In your hand you have the toughest game of all the one we invented. “The Grenade”. Except for being one hell of a tough game we have brewed out most dangerous beer yet, using Frankie’s unique centuries old methods. Enjoy!”
December 14, 2012 | No Comments
Designed by Ground4D | Country: Ireland
“After the relaunch of Tiger Beer in Ireland last year, Dublin agency Ground4D have worked with four international artists to design the Tiger Beer Limited Edition box collection. The illustrations appear on the outside of these bespoke boxes which contain a Tiger Beer glass. Peter O’Dwyer, creative director of Ground4D explained that “we wanted to create a four sided canvas for the artist to display their interpreations of what makes Tiger Beer and Asia distinct”. The artists who’s work appears on the boxes are Gisèle Scanlon, Will Barras, Jasper Wong and Kozyndan. If you’re fortunate enough to live in ireland, you’ll be able to pick a set up in select off-licenses.”
December 14, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Gustavo Bife Fernandes | Country: Brazil
“Over the course of six months I defined the brand positioning, and developed the visual identity system for a fictitious beer brand based on the current scenario of the Brazil’s beer market. It’s the dawning of the “Cervejaria República”.
This project defines various aspects that concern those elements of communication, through its naming, voice and visual communication throughout. Within this are the brand’s signature (symbols, logo, typography), institutional colors, palettes and patterns, labels, and packaging among others.
It’s inspired by three main elements that, combined, serves the brand’s guidelines:
- The Wheat, representing beer.
- The Republic, representing Brazil’s old republic period.
- Brazilian Style, representing the needs of defining and discussing the dawn of a legitimate brazilian brewing school.”
December 13, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by Israel Yosseph | Country: Israel
“A series of labels for Tulip winery, Israel. These premium wine bottles required prestigious labels, so the high quality of the products would reflect through them. In continuation to the new clean and minimalistic brand identity created a year ago, we chose a simple visual language with a single dominant graphic element. The letter “U” which also appears in the winery’s logo was originally designed so it would seem like the Tulip flower in reference to the brand name. Its unique shape generates a flowing and elegant contour and creates an aesthetic contrast between the light and dark shades on the bottle.”
December 12, 2012 | No Comments
Designed by Taphandles | Country: United States
“After five years in operation, Schooner EXACT Brewing Company approached Taphandles to update and expand on their master brand logo. Taphandles created a new brand system that allows for more flexibility while maintaining the ties to the nautical heritage of Seattle that inspired the original brand. At the same time, the new system better reflects their mature and growing brewery without forgetting where they came from. As Schooner EXACT begins to roll out their new brand, they have added bottled beer to their line-up for the first time. Taphandles updated their beer art and created 22-ounce bottle labels for their King Street Brown Ale, 3 Grid IPA, and Hoppy Holidays Winter Ale, with the goal of elevating the design to compliment the new master brand system and the quality of the beer. Each label is built on the same framework that allows for variation in color and the artwork unique to each style to stand out on the shelf.”
December 11, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by Aveline Gunawan | Country: Australia
“Bottle and 4 pack design for a premium Belgian beer. The aim was to differentiate the brand and packaging from other Belgian beers.
ZEGE is Dutch for victory. This premium Belgian beer was made to reminisce King Leopold’s triumph. The labels were designed to resemble a medal and the black bottle adds a strong and elegant look to the brand.
The labels were printed in cotton and sewn together. The wax seals were 3d printed using resin as the material.
The four pack design reflects the king’s chair with the quote laser printed on the wood: “Goûter à La Victoire” which means ‘Taste the victory’.”