April 7, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Arnell | Country: United States
Beautiful, unique and creative packaging from Arnell for 1000 Acres Vodka. This really demonstrates that there are no limits to custom glass manufacturing.
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April 7, 2009 | No Comments
Designed by Brand & Tonic | Country: Canada
“Private members only! The Spoke Club, Toronto’s not so secret exclusive hub-club for media, arts and entertainment folks just launched Fourth Floor, a select barrel bespoke wine series made by Tawse Winery. The label was awarded by contest open to club members only. Brand boutiquer’s Brand & Tonic took the honors and a case of wine to boot.”
April 3, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Swear Words | Country: Australia
“The true story of the man McIvor remains a mystery. Surveyor? Bushie? Local pioneer? Whatever the legend, his notoriety named a region, upon which the McIvor Estate vineyard now thrives. Located in Heathcote Victoria, the vines grow in the sought-after granitic soil amongst dramatic scenery of large granite boulders, majestic rolling hills and imposing gullies framed by the Great Dividing Range.
After many tasting sessions Swear Words came up with a bold, elegant identity and complementary packaging to communicate the essence of the vineyard and the legend.”
April 2, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Moruba | Country: Spain
Moruba produced these simple yet very clever designs for Winery Arts. Based on the sum of nine, each bottle represents this number in a unique and minimal way.
March 31, 2009 | 2 Comments
“A boutique label from California, Dragonfly Winery is focused on producing small quantities of ultra premium terrior driven wines, paired with a unique winemaking style.
We were approached by Dragonfly to rejuvenated their wine packaging & brand identity. Our solution was a simple, clean typographic approach alongside a Dragonfly illustration creating a strong, modern visual identity.
The application takes the form of a 1 colour screen to the bottle. The logotype on the neck label is silver foiled onto black, making for easy identification when the bottle is stored amongst other wines.”
March 29, 2009 | 3 Comments
The Grateful Palate is a unique food brand with creative and tasteful products specialized in the US and Australian markets. With an enormous and very creative wine product line brands such as ‘Evil’, ‘Bitch’ and the ‘Roogle’ a medieval creature half eagle, half kangaroo. Adhemas Batista was invited to create a whole new identity for the new franchise product line named ‘Baby Roogle’.”
March 29, 2009 | No Comments
“Sibling Rivalry is a blend of the talent, passion and inspiration of the 3 Speck brothers behind the formidable wine talent of Henry of Pelham, one of Canada’s most successful and respected wineries.
Ontario wineries are renowned for making exceptional however classical varietal focused wines. To step outside this constraint, and to showcase the beauty in blending wine from within an estate, the Speck brothers produced Sibling Rivalry.
March 26, 2009 | No Comments
“An unpretentious wine brand for a niche in the UK market for contemporary, fresh, new world wines. MadBay was subsequently released in Australia due to its popularity in the UK.”
March 23, 2009 | 1 Comment
“Madeinmilan is a unique wine label committed to selecting excellent wines from northeast Italy.
Products: The heritage of Madeinmilan Wines is one of the oldest traditions in the Italian wine industry, with roots going back to the Roman Empire. This strictly Italian collection is composed exclusively of native grape varieties: a masculine Sangiovese (named Brutus), a smooth and sweet Cagnina (Romeo), and a reddish, fizzy, mischievous Lambrusco (Paparazzi).
March 20, 2009 | 4 Comments
“Steak and Ale: Rebranded Steak and Ale (s+a) with it’s own beer and grilling items (utensils, rubs, wood chips) with a style combination of seriousness and wit and a fictional family history. Other items include matchboxes, Brewmaster’s Society packaging, coasters, to-go containers, retail bag and a menu. Each item has a little surprise when you open it or flip it over.”