Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
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Celistia

Updated on June 23rd, 2011  |  
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Celistia

Designed by FeedbackMP | Country: Spain

“New wine packaging design by FeedbackMP Barcelona for Celistia wine from Costers del Sió winery located in Lleida, Spain (Appellation of Origin: Costers del Segre).

Inspired by the subtle and delicate clarity of the stars that can only be viewed after a short while in the dark, Celestia presents with a curious name and original design that helps to highlight the bottle on the shelf of wine shops and make it memorable and remarkable in restaurants, natural habitats of these wines.

The label design is even more surprising when night falls and the label dark due to the use of luminescent ink.”

Celistia

Celistia

Celistia

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Celistia

Designed by FeedbackMP | Country: Spain

“New wine packaging design by FeedbackMP Barcelona for Celistia wine from Costers del Sió winery located in Lleida, Spain (Appellation of Origin: Costers del Segre).

Inspired by the subtle and delicate clarity of the stars that can only be viewed after a short while in the dark, Celestia presents with a curious name and original design that helps to highlight the bottle on the shelf of wine shops and make it memorable and remarkable in restaurants, natural habitats of these wines.

The label design is even more surprising when night falls and the label dark due to the use of luminescent ink.”

Celistia

Celistia

Celistia

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