July 18, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Feedback | Country: Spain
“The name of this white wine, Turonet (“hill” in Catalan) refers to the physical space where the cellar is at the Mas Can Colomé Estate. The label design has been thought to be tagged and numbered by hand to transmit the values of craftsmanship associated with this small family winery. We have replaced the cap with an original pin and added a seal as a symbol of quality. This elegant presentation is complemented with the individual case and the special bottle, engraved with the name of the winery.”
July 16, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by Flow Design | Country: United Kingdom
July 13, 2009 | 9 Comments
Designed by Navyblue | Country: United Kingdom
“Influenced by the Scottish Art Nouveau movement, the unique five-sided base of the beautifully handcrafted Caorunn bottle and the symbolic asterisk represent the five Celtic botanicals.
“We’re extremely excited to be launching Caorunn this summer, a truly Scottish Gin, the only one which is made at a working malt whisky distillery,” said Iby Bakos, Brand Manager. “The perfectly balanced recipe of eleven hand-picked botanicals – including the infusion of five Celtic botanicals – ensures its naturally balanced flavor that works perfectly in cocktails. We’re confident it will attract the attention of bar tenders and mixologists alike.”
July 11, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Jason Lorne Giles | Country: United States
Jason is a recent graduate of the Pennsylvania State University graphic design program.
“Who Cut The Cheese?: The Montrachet Mystery Game” is a self-promotional wine game that offers a new perspective to the wine drinking experience. The wine would be sent out to clients on Blame Someone Else Day, which is the first Friday the 13th of the year. Players would spin the wheel and choose the character card’s rules that accompany each color. All characters were named after stinky cheeses and each has his/her own back story. The rules revolve around accusing people of various things or cheese/wine tasting.”
July 10, 2009 | No Comments
TT (Three Towns) brand and packaging design.
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.”