Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

BRND WGN

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Designed by BRND WGN | Country: Malta

“What better way to celebrate a year ended than to put the highlights of 2011 in ink on paper and wrap it around our very own hand picked Private Estate Selection, Cabernet Sauvignon from 2007. It’s been a while since we worked on a publication so we really enjoyed working on this project and printed two versions, one on standard news print paper and the other on the same salmon hue paper used for the Financial Times.  Our top clients and friends got a numbered bottle of which only 100 were produced whilst we also sent a copy of BRND NWS (as we aptly called our news paper) to other contacts of ours across the globe. We had some great feedback and will probably publish BRND NWS again.”

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Designed by BRND WGN | Country: Malta

“What better way to celebrate a year ended than to put the highlights of 2011 in ink on paper and wrap it around our very own hand picked Private Estate Selection, Cabernet Sauvignon from 2007. It’s been a while since we worked on a publication so we really enjoyed working on this project and printed two versions, one on standard news print paper and the other on the same salmon hue paper used for the Financial Times.  Our top clients and friends got a numbered bottle of which only 100 were produced whilst we also sent a copy of BRND NWS (as we aptly called our news paper) to other contacts of ours across the globe. We had some great feedback and will probably publish BRND NWS again.”

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