Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Barbière

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Designed by The Woork Co | Country: Spain

“It’s always great when a great product arrives at your desk and you have to name it, brand it and package it. That’s what happened when this awesome belgian beer produced in Toledo, Spain arrived to our hands. Artisan Beer’s Market has been terribly growing for the last year and we needed an eye-catching name and image to make it look different from its competitors when someone is about to order a beer in a bar. Barb & BIère (Beer in French) made the name and beards and different hair tones made the pack for the different varieties. All of it wrapped with a sense of artisan made, from the illustrations and the lettering to the printed materials’ choice. “

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Designed by The Woork Co | Country: Spain

“It’s always great when a great product arrives at your desk and you have to name it, brand it and package it. That’s what happened when this awesome belgian beer produced in Toledo, Spain arrived to our hands. Artisan Beer’s Market has been terribly growing for the last year and we needed an eye-catching name and image to make it look different from its competitors when someone is about to order a beer in a bar. Barb & BIère (Beer in French) made the name and beards and different hair tones made the pack for the different varieties. All of it wrapped with a sense of artisan made, from the illustrations and the lettering to the printed materials’ choice. “

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