August 18, 2011 | No Comments
Designed by Jennifer Wijaya | Country: United States
“As a part of advanced packaging class in the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, the assignment was to pick an existing California winery to design their wine label. T his include designing two lower-tier wine, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, priced on $40 per bottle, and a higher-tier Cabernet Sauvignon priced at $150 per bottle that comes with a wine case. I picked Opus One Winery, America’s first, ultra-premium brand wine born under the partnership of Chateau de Rothschild and Robert Mondavi. The main goal is to reflect their exquisite and delicate wine production technique through the new label. The inspiration came from the 1800s music sheet covers, after referring back to the meaning of the word Opus (the first masterwork of a composer), but still keeping it modern and current.”
August 17, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Ruska, Martín, Associates | Country: Germany
“A premium wine that actually costs more than 25 euros is offered for a far lower price: A fantastic bargain for the wine connoisseur! For their client Wein & Vinos, Berlin based design studio Ruska, Martín, Associates developed a design concept and made this offer possible by presenting a classy wine as a simple, no-name table wine with a white label. The idea behind the “Mesa/8” as the first wine of a series called the “Mesa Project” was to help Spanish vintners clear their vaults for next year‘s vintage without ruining their reputation by selling their best wines at knockdown prices. The limited run of 18,500 bottles of “Mesa/8”, the first edition, was sold out within two days.
August 15, 2011 | 2 Comments
Carl wine is an independent and family owned company founted in 1973 by Erling Carl, and currently under the management and ownership of his two sons, Michael and Gert Carl. During its more than 35 years of existence the company has developed from a one-man operation, to a business group with wine production in Bordeaux and Romania.
The Romanian low-medium prized wines are sold in discount grosery shops. The insight is that people buying wine in discount shops often know very little to nothing about wine. Therefore we wanted the help the consumer by letting the label reflect the taste and quality of the individual wine. From the cheap Merlot/Sangiovese to the more expensive Reserve and white wine.
August 15, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Blend-it Design | Country: Israel
“Branding and design for the Golan Brewery. The Golan Brewery was launched as a joint venture by the Ohayon family and the Golan Heights Winery. Located in Katzrin, the brewery produces beer of an international caliber. In our search for a design concept, we engaged in a dialogue between the local and the sophisticated, the masculine and the liberated, and the rugged and the cultured.”
August 12, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Cory Etzkorn | United States
“What’s fit for the oval office, flyer than Airforce One, and Stronger than the U.S. dollar? The Original PepperMint, of course! These federal-reserve-fresh mints come in two delicious and highly stylized varieties sure to please your inner capitalist.
August 10, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain
“Aloja is a sea goddess, energic but tender. The hair of the goddess involves the label creating a sinuous texture. Tasting notes: “Mediterranean character, with volume and prevalence of berries, balsamic and spicy.”
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.