Designed by Viet Huynh | Country: USA
The goal of this project is to redesign wine labels for the Napa Valley Collection of JAQK Cellars – a new wine company in the Bay Area. JAQK Cellars labels are known for their beautiful and simplistic illustrations as their owners are graphic designers themselves. However, the visual approach for this project focuses more on typography. Simple yet elegant type treatment is the focal point of each label.They maintain the high class look of the brand and also help customers to quickly find the type of wines they’re looking for.
Designed by Hugo Moura | Country: Portugal
My goal was to create a more neutral image, not only the product itself, but also because of the age at which it is intended. For that I kept only two colors, black and white. To distinguish the different regions and the type of wine, I drew different lettering to create a coherent language, where the bottles may be distinguished from each other, by giving more emphasis to the general language of the product (each bottle has its own identity) than to the brand in question.
Designed by Attila Kovács | Country: Hungary
Package design competition of the district named after the hungarian Queen Elizabeth at Budapest.
Designed by Elena Sancho | Country: Spain
The design of this collection of wines is based on a real family. Each bottle has the personality and colors typical of each person.
Designed by Emily Hale | Country: USA
A wine that pays tribute to the memory of Harvey Milk.
This deep, rich, Cabernet Sauvignon has a strong backbone of tartness, as strong as the determined Harvey Milk, whom fought for equal rights in San Francisco as well as gay rights nationwide. In particular, the half full bottle of milk, represents Harvey’s positive attitude and take on life, despite his many obstacles.
The use of a half full milk jug represents the politician Harvey Milk’s positive attitude.
Designed by Matthew Rancatore | Country: USA
When you think of wine you don’t often think of big cities and skyscrapers, but there are tons of wineries producing a variety of wines just outside city limits. Out of Place is a collection of wines from these big cities meant to act as a souvenir or remembrance of the places you’ve been, offering a taste of a completely different region in each bottle. Each wine is made unique with a die cut of the city’s skyline, set against a black and white photograph of the sky, which represents how the weather of each region effects the character and flavor of its wine.
Designed By Magnus Henriksen & Amandus Bjerk | Country: Norway
Pirie Tasmania is a wine producer located on the northern part of the Australian island Tasmania. The environment surrounding the vineyards are a beautiful mix of mountains, forests and rivers.
Designed by Jackie Elliott | Country: Australia
The Patch Strawberry Farm required a new brand identity and packaging, in order to demonstrate their high quality produce and professional service.
The final result is one of style and sophistication, and appeals to all age groups. Kraft paper is a key stock, reflecting the ‘earthy’ feel of the farm. The logo is hand-drawn, keeping the natural, friendly look and feel of the business. Read more…
Designed by Sasha Ermolenko | Country: Russia
Wine “Snake blood” inspired by the Vietnamese tradition of making wine, infused by snake poison.
The indian wine “Lakh”. On a legend this wine is drinking great Hindu god Visvarupa.