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Student Work – Simon Ålander

Updated on July 15th, 2011  |  
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Student Work - Simon Ålander

Designed by Simon Ålander | Country: Sweden

“This was an assignment for school where I was asked to design some sort of packaging — so I decided to make a fictional beer label. The reason that I wanted to make a beer label was because I like the format of the bottle and I wanted to experiment with that. Water, malt hops & yeast is an organic lager made for design-conscious people who also think about the environment.

The label on the front is a customized hand-drawn version of the beautiful typeface Phaeton with lots of soft curves to enhance the ecological feeling of the label.”

Student Work - Simon Ålander

Student Work - Simon Ålander

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Student Work - Simon Ålander

Designed by Simon Ålander | Country: Sweden

“This was an assignment for school where I was asked to design some sort of packaging — so I decided to make a fictional beer label. The reason that I wanted to make a beer label was because I like the format of the bottle and I wanted to experiment with that. Water, malt hops & yeast is an organic lager made for design-conscious people who also think about the environment.

The label on the front is a customized hand-drawn version of the beautiful typeface Phaeton with lots of soft curves to enhance the ecological feeling of the label.”

Student Work - Simon Ålander

Student Work - Simon Ålander

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