August 9, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Diego Ballester | Country: Argentina
“Product created and designed for the Danish market. Five is a special wine”star” that conveys the history of Chile in a unique combination of its most emblematic 5 strains. Minimalist design, color and elegance in each of the points of the star represents a strain, with its color code.”
August 2, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Manifesto Design | Country: Australia
“The Lake House Denmark is located in Denmark, Western Australia.
Known as ‘one of the most picturesque cellar doors in Western Australia’, the winery sits beside a large, trout filled lake and has become a popular tourist destination. Developed over the last seven years, The Lake House Denmark has three ranges of wine, each positioned in a different price category. The labels work on their own and also visually relate to each other to create a unique brand story.
The signature, mid-range Postcard Series features a whimsical, nostalgic ‘1930’s feel’ illustration of a couple rowing on the lake, capturing their holiday romance.
The popular “He Said She Said” label is the fun and quirky entry level wine for The Lake House Denmark. The ‘couple in the boat’ are the characters from the mid-range Postcard Series, featured much more prominently, with a humorous take on relationship miscommunications between men and women.
The premium range of The Lake House Denmark features blue and silver foils and swashes that are representative of the lake, to create an elegant, high-end label that’s a touch more serious. The red and white striped neck cuff is a visual link to the gentleman’s boating jacket from the Postcard Series.”
July 29, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Anchalee Chambundadongse | Country: United States
We love hearing stories like this. When Marie Fox, proprietor of 12 Signs Wine was looking for designers to develop her new brand she found designer Anchalee Chambundadongse through Lovely Package.
“A wine to compliment your zodiac sign? What a great idea! And the research was very, very interesting. I created unique illustrations for each of the 12 zodiac signs using color to differentiate the elements and wines: earth, air, wind, and fire. Wouldn’t this make a great little birthday gift?”
July 29, 2011 | No Comments
Designed by Marco Colognola | Country: Italy
Branding (Identity, labels, packaging, web site) for Alliatavini, Italy.
July 28, 2011 | 3 Comments
“The idea was to bring a craft beer feel to the wine category. A masculine, old letterpress approach used to demonstrate the fact that the winery is essentially a four-person, hands-on operation … much like craft brewing.”
July 27, 2011 | 7 Comments
Designed by Marco Manansala | Country: United States
Conceptual packaging from Los Angeles based designed Marco Manansala.
“The project was to create a promotional beer packaging piece for a fictitious brewing company called, Black Market Goods. Because of the company name, the bottles were created to resemble illegal weapons sold in the black market. Each bottle took about 10 hrs to create due to the long drying times of the primer paint used for the body. Shiny yellow engine enamel was used on the removable fins, cap and on the base of the bottle to offset the matte color of the primer. Finally, a wooden box with a bracing system was designed and constructed to hold the bottles in place during transportation.”
July 26, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by CB’a Graell | Country: Spain
“The design agency CB’a Graell, specialized in packaging and branding, has created the image for Berezco, the new pacharan of Ambrioso Velasco (Diego Zamora Group). The new design consists in the deconstruction of the brand. The use of a typography that communicates origin and tradition juxtaposed with a black background that makes the colours vibrate and the form of the bottle itself, enables the brand to transmit both authenticity and modernity: values that define a product that has been exclusively elaborated with the best blackthorn originating 100% from Navarra and whose traditional maceration process enables us to savour the authenticity of this pacharán.”
July 24, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Phoebe Mak | Country: United States
“The assignment was to redesign an existing brand of wine in the market today. I chose Beaulieu Vineyard as my brand and designed labels for a lower end Cabernet Suavignon and Chardonnay and a higher end Cabernet Sauvignon along with a wine case.”
July 22, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by St. Bernadine Mission Communication Inc. | Country: Canada
“Saskatoon, Canada’s Great Western Brewing Co’s eponymous family of beers has been a regional favourite for over 20 years. In advance of moving into new markets, Saint Bernadine Mission Communications was asked to update the brand to better reflect the mainstream flavour profile and positioning and increase shelf presence.
Key messaging included refreshment, heritage, tradition, and dedication to quality, shown by research to be important to core consumers.
The existing logo was reworked to retain key characteristics and improve readability and shelf presence. A die cut label and award seal represent quality, the employee founded statement celebrates heritage, the brewery graphic acknowledges tradition, and the “extra aged” text highlights a true point of difference in their brewing process that results in much smoother beers. As well, a section was provided to enable someone to “dedicate” a case of beer to by way of thanks. The design system needed to accommodate four (and potentially more) flavours.
July 21, 2011 | 16 Comments
Designed by Larisa Mamonova | Country: United States
“Russky is a project for logo class where we had to come up with a hotel idea. I decided to go with Russian theme for my hotel idea. Russky would be a prestigious and luxurious boutique opening it’s location in the heart of San Diego. The hotel will have identity and branding system to appeal to hip and urban young professionals, ages 25-40. The unique challenge of this task was not to relay on stereotypical elements of Russian culture that American audience is most familiar with, instead I decided to look beyond commonly known novelties. I searched for inspiration from vintage documentation during Soviet Era, 40’s and 50’s Russian fine art, and of course propaganda posters. The key was to combine all those traditional and historical features with the clean look of contemporary design movement. With that combination of ingredients I was able to give a fresh look to a familiar subject of Russian constructivism and old world charm. Russky hotel is a history driven concept without looking dated provides an ultimate New Russian experience that is integrated into brand’s sensibility through luxurious accommodations and attention to detail.”