Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Paul Sapin

Updated on September 7th, 2010  |  
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Paul Sapin

Designed by Neumeister | Country: Sweden

Input: When Paul Sapin launched their series of wine, white, red and rosé, in PET-bottles the awaited success did not occur – although reviews were good. What was the problem? Neumeister was approached to take a look at the packaging design.

Output: Easy to go”, is the main idea. Classic design with a modern approach. Old meets new, in the same way as the product; traditional French wine, produced in a traditional way, but with a whole new packaging concept. And the twisted label as an eye catcher.

Outcome: Relaunched spring 2010.”

Paul Sapin

Paul Sapin

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Paul Sapin

Designed by Neumeister | Country: Sweden

Input: When Paul Sapin launched their series of wine, white, red and rosé, in PET-bottles the awaited success did not occur – although reviews were good. What was the problem? Neumeister was approached to take a look at the packaging design.

Output: Easy to go”, is the main idea. Classic design with a modern approach. Old meets new, in the same way as the product; traditional French wine, produced in a traditional way, but with a whole new packaging concept. And the twisted label as an eye catcher.

Outcome: Relaunched spring 2010.”

Paul Sapin

Paul Sapin

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