July 13, 2015 | 3 Comments
Designed by Peter Gregson Studio | Country: Serbia
“Djurdjic Winery (Vinarija Đurđić) is a Serbian wine producer with vineyards on the west side of Sremski Karlovci with views of the Danube. Set-up in 2004, the winery is one of the youngest growers in the region. Peter Gregson’s task was to create a new and memorable visual identity. Djurdjic Winery is a relatively young winery so in that context they don’t have a strong heritage background and we were free to create a simple design which will represent as winery as new and bold.
The colors were chosen by personal feel. Bermet wine is designed with black stripes because of the name CRNI VITEZ (black knight). The name Black Knight Bermet originally came from the client. Bermet is a dessert wine that is a specialty of northern Serbia’s Fruška Gora wine region, in the Vojvodine province.”
July 9, 2015 | 2 Comments
Designed by Freshly Packaged | Country: Canada
“William Street Beer Co. is Ontario’s newest craft brewery located in the idyllic port-side town of Cobourg. William Street wanted to acknowledge Cobourg’s marine heritage without appearing too stuffy, so we created a series of whimsical maritime characters that reflect the eccentric spirit of the townsfolk.”
July 7, 2015 | 2 Comments
Designed by Solo | Country: Spain
“Special edition of two singular wines from different cellars on a unique pack combining 3 of each of the selected wines. In order to keep unaltered the original labels, the bottles are covered with a traditional screen printed soft paper, thereby generating a representative symbol.”
July 2, 2015 | 1 Comment
Designed by HUMAN1ST | Country: Slovenia
“SPECIAL was developed by the Laško Brewery in response to the increasing popularity of craft beers. Human1st developed the entire brand narrative. We included master brewers in the communication, put their signature on the bottle and put a serial number on each bottle. We also designed and developed a new SPECIAL bottle. We designed rules for communicating the brand, made brand book and made an info film about the brand and two TV spots. In designing the label we studied Laško’s label history, and developed a new labelling system for each of the two lines of beers which will join the SPECIAL family. SPECIAL has two lines: Traditionally Brewed (red) with traditional Laško recipes, and New Tradition (white) with new experimental recipes.”
July 1, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain
“Celler Masroig winery commissioned us to redesign one of their most emblematic products, Castell de les Pinyeres. In the XVIII century the township of Les Pinyeres was added to El Masroig and as a result they came up with a new flag that we have used as an inspiration to design the label.”
June 30, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Gerald Lewis | Country: United States
“Early this year a collective of wine makers from the Anderson Valley gathered to launch a different kind of wine.
The pinot noir and pinot gris from their respective wineries has inspired a cult following over the last decade. So, when they decided to get together with their best fruit, and a couple big ideas, why not call it what it is: Meet the North Coast All Stars.”
June 26, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Studio KQ | Country: Germany
“1156 Duke Friedrich Barbarossa induced a regulation which punished those who served beer of poor quality or wrong quantity. The penalty: 5 Gulden. Inspired by this responsibility, the product concept 5 Gulden – a good beer of proper quantity – arose. The design is like the statement: plain and honest. The logo puts elements of the gothic architecture in a modern context which influence this unique product character. Every wooden box contains two 1 litre bottles of German premium beer: one filled with black beer and another with pilsner.”
June 16, 2015 | 1 Comment
Designed by Rida Abbasi | Country: Australia
“Sinful is metal-inspired craft beer with a sensual personality, with the target audience of unisex adults ranging from 20-35. Visuals and custom logotype inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement.”
June 15, 2015 | 2 Comments
Designed by SVYR | Country: Canada
“Totally non-commercial specialty beers. A brand keeping true to real microbrewery beers lovers.
Context: The Alchemist is a well known microbrewery from Joliette in Québec, Canada. I have previously rebranded its commercial beer line up.
Challenge: Create a new look for the Alchemist specialty beers that resonate with true microbrewery enthusiasts. A look that is strong enough to compensate the fact the the bottles would have the same size as commercial beers.
Solution: Stepping away from the somewhat commercial looking mainstream line up and go for a completely different approach. A 100% hand crafted design that reflect what true microbrewery is all about. Using an illustrative approach that is inspired by the beers names, with hidden beer bottles (a wink to the hidden beer bottle in negative space in the brand logo). I also created a specific specialty brand stamp to make sure that there is a separation between the commercial line up logo and this sub-brand.”
June 2, 2015 | 1 Comment
Designed by Franklyn | Country: United States
“Marz — both as a brewery and a brand — is a collaborative endeavor made up of a community of artists, home brewers, beer nerds, and probably your cousin, all united by our desire to make exceptional (and provocative) brew. Each beer label is incredibly different, each collaboration unique and bizarre. Since our brand identity and packaging needs to accommodate so much weirdness, it’s always changing: Imagine if the Coke logo dropped out of school, traveled around, snorted things, experimented, then got its shit together and slapped itself on a beer. We’re a challenger who’s still rough around the edges, and we try our best not to be boring or expected. Since that would be boring. Out of the bajillion (seriously, count them) craft breweries we see out there, no one is taking big risks with their beer or their brands. We’re doing that with Marz, and we’re excited to share our beautiful mess.”