Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Student Work – Jess McGeachin

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Designed by Jess McGeachin | Country: Australia

“Westmalle Tripel is a Belgium beer brewed by monks of the Westmalle Abbey. It is sold as a not-for-profit product with all surplus donated to charity.

My concept behind this packaging was very much driven by religious imagery, inspired by the Abbey that the beer is made in. The iconic arch of a stained-glass window is reflected in the typography, bottle and carry pack of the product. The packaging is designed to allow light through to further emphasize the intended aesthetic.”

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Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Student Work – Jess McGeachin

westmalle1

westmalle1

Designed by Jess McGeachin | Country: Australia

“Westmalle Tripel is a Belgium beer brewed by monks of the Westmalle Abbey. It is sold as a not-for-profit product with all surplus donated to charity.

My concept behind this packaging was very much driven by religious imagery, inspired by the Abbey that the beer is made in. The iconic arch of a stained-glass window is reflected in the typography, bottle and carry pack of the product. The packaging is designed to allow light through to further emphasize the intended aesthetic.”

westmalle2

westmalle3

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