Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Adirondack Whisky

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adirondack

Designed by: Joe Farquharson | Country: United States

“Brand concept and packaging design for a fictional single malt whisky (spelled with no ‘e’, Scotch-style) and distillery based in upstate New York.

The bottle is tall and slim with broad shoulders; coupled with the contour lines used on the labels and the cylinder, it hints at the height and shape of the mountain range that it is surrounded by. Labels are set in muted brown and silver tones to highlight the strength of the whisky’s color. The brand name ‘Adirondack’ is printed vertically on the bottle’s front, transposed over the rear label graphic, adding depth and movement. All facets of the packaging honor the geography of the area it comes from while still presenting the simple, classy image popular with younger consumers.”

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Adirondack Whisky

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adirondack

adirondack

Designed by: Joe Farquharson | Country: United States

“Brand concept and packaging design for a fictional single malt whisky (spelled with no ‘e’, Scotch-style) and distillery based in upstate New York.

The bottle is tall and slim with broad shoulders; coupled with the contour lines used on the labels and the cylinder, it hints at the height and shape of the mountain range that it is surrounded by. Labels are set in muted brown and silver tones to highlight the strength of the whisky’s color. The brand name ‘Adirondack’ is printed vertically on the bottle’s front, transposed over the rear label graphic, adding depth and movement. All facets of the packaging honor the geography of the area it comes from while still presenting the simple, classy image popular with younger consumers.”

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