Showing posts with label Alcohol. Show all posts
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  • Agency: DSG Creative Design Production
    Client: "Ganja Sharab-2" JSC - (Azerbaijan)
    Type of work: Commercial Work

    Brand development, industrial design of the bottle, the conceptual design of the product, souvenir packaging.

  • Agency: DSG Creative Design Production
    Client: Wine and Brandy House "Shahnazaryan" (Russia-Armenia)
    Commercial project developed in 2014
    Presentation cognac "Shahnazaryan" premium will be held at the exhibition "Prodexpo" 2014 - Moscow, Russia

    "Shahnazaryan" - premium cognac 25 years of aging

    Complex project to create a premium producе .It was created the original concept of product design that solves several problems at once: the creation of a unique type of a brand and its recognizable visual identity, as well as to protect the product from possible imitations. The product was created under the most demanding taste, under the most demanding customers.It is a new jewel among this class of cognac. In search of a modern design for this project, the agency DSG has developed a unique external shape of the bottle in a classic style, which is the result of a combination of fashion and new trends. The design contains national traits, accentuating the product's origin.

  • Agency: Paperjam Design
    Designer: Paul Malone
    Client: Rademon Estate Distillery
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Northern Ireland

    Paper: GF Smith
    Print Finishing: Foiling by CMI Print Services
    Product Photography: Opposite Page

    Rademon Estate Distillery is the first craft gin distillery to be established in Northern Ireland. The distillery was founded in 2012 by husband and wife team Fiona and David Boyd-Armstrong, it is located just outside Crossgar, County Down, Northern Ireland on the couples historic family estate.

    Inspired by the distillery’s historic surroundings the design team at Belfast based agency, Paperjam, wanted to generate a name for the couple’s first gin with a focus on their location and heritage.

    The name Shortcross came from the Gaelic for Crossgar -‘An Chrois Ghearr’ meaning ‘the short cross’. It had history and heritage naturally associated with it and for David and Fiona it had meaning as it subtly referenced the location of their distillery.

    With the selected name finalised for the couples first gin product, Paperjam then began to create a visual style for the branding and packaging that reflected the quality and uniqueness of their gin and would appeal to a high-end market.

    The label documents the distillation process by openly displaying the batch number, flavour and alcohol content. This, along with a signature in handwritten type, helps emphasise the one of a kind artisan product and the craftsmanship that goes into each bottle of gin.

    Paperjam focused on the heritage associated with the name ‘Shortcross’ and after some research discovered the short cross penny. The coin dates back to the 10th century and was one of the most successful English coin designs in history. Paperjam sourced an original coin and took high-resolution scans to incorporate into the gins branding and packaging.

    The couple selected a traditional bottle shape with a heavy base, giving the additional feeling of a high end, premium product. Paperjam really wanted this product to stand out on a shelf and in the very competitive gin market – and by designing a label that would reinforce the quality of this premium gin, using 3 foils - silver, copper & black applied by CMI Print Services and luxurious GF Smith textured paper - Strathmore Pastelle, in Bright White, 216gsm.

    To add an additional level of uniqueness the finished label is applied to each bottle of gin by hand. And as a final finishing touch, each bottle is dipped in black wax.

    Shortcross Gin was successfully launched in May 2014 as the first small batch, craft gin distillery in Northern Ireland and now has listings in leading bars and restaurants across Northern Ireland.

  • Agency: Puigdemont Roca
    Designer: Albert Puigdemont
    Client: Sorel Destilerias del Maresme
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Spain

    The client wanted a Gin, to sell in night clubs. We proposed them the naming of Q, accordance to Pocker Cards, in allusion to a night icon. We created a clean and impacting design giving importance to the lettering, completely personalized.

  • Agency: Puigdemont Roca
    Designer: Albert Puigdemont
    Client: Sorel Destilerias del Maresme
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Spain

    We have used the concept of Chocolate Bar to design this liquor. We used Screen-printing technology to get a great visual impact.

  • Agency: Brandiziac
    Creative director: Artem Shutov
    Creative idea: Dmitriy Ardeyev, Olga Mosina, Sergey Ermakov
    Designer, Illustrator: Olga Mosina
    Copywriters: Dmitriy Ardeyev, Daria Khlyapova
    Type of work: Concept
    Country: Russia

    Happy When Decrowned!

    Everyone who chooses alcohol drinks often imagines himself to be a connoisseur. «A hint of baked apple», «the scent of plum and smoke», «shades of rose and apricot», «velvet taste»… And it is also often that only one drink is enough to take all the arrogance to a back seat — people can just enjoy life. The concept of packaging for the series of fruit&berry punches called «Party Baron» is the epitome of this phenomenon. All the lordliness disappears when the cover is open — you are decrowned and happy. You are Party Baron!

  • Studio: Also Known As: Brand Packaging
    Client: Steel & Oak Brewing Co.
    Location: New Westminister, BC - Canada
    Scope of work: Growler Design, Boston Round Bottle Design, Print Design, Product Photography

    Project overview:
    Steel and Oak Brewing Co symbolizes the modernness of today while paying homage to the craftsmanship of years long past. A bright young voice in New Westminster's storied past, Steel and Oak is bringing a refreshed perspective and vibrant energy to the craft beer scene.

    Supportive, open minded and encouraging clients like this remind us why we opened our doors in the first place. Champions of the process, Steel & Oak embraced the opportunity to get involved and realize their visions through our creative lens. The perspective and insights we gained through working closely and personably with the client helped us create design solutions that resonated early and easily.

    Design and creative solution:
    Our design approach was to create a bold, modern look for Steel & Oak’s lineup of bottles and growlers, by designing a cohesive system that stretches across a variety of products creates unshakable consistency and pays dividends towards creating a recognizable brand. The iconic S&O monogram arrangement was created to act as a associative trigger and secondary logo; an easier and more digestible way to infer the full brand.

    Current trends and the existing visual landscape heavily influenced our design direction, but we also wanted to consider how and where the products would live, from the tasting room display all the way through to the customers fridge. We feel as though the design netted out in a place that reflected the ethos of the Steel & Oak brand, every step of the way.

  • Agency: STUDIOIN
    Creative team: Inkeles Roman, Schreiber Arthur, Makarova Evgenija, Yurkov Kirill, Kadashov Maxim, Usov Vladimir.
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Moscow / Russia

    Designers of STUDIOIN created a range of low alcohol cocktails GT which combines a very classic Gin-tonic with a need for a breakneck speed of Gran Turismo.
    The client is "UniDrinq" company. The studio has recently completed works on creation of concept design for another product of "UniDrinq" - BATL, that showed quite a successful market launch.

    Pure metal of the bottle bottom side is rich in contrast, at the same time it is in good harmony with the carbon fiber lines, whereas colorful variations focus on original flavors.
    This modern tuning allows GT to break forward and “pimp up” reality on the shelf of low alcohol drinks.

    Gin + Tonic
    Speed + Power
    Good balance - no extra.

  • Agency: Centralpack
    Designer: Hugo Zapata
    Client: Chinchilla wines, Ronda
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Spain
    Photos: Central Lab

    Encaste personifies a wine from a city and a land whose traditions lie deep in the ambiance of classical Rome. The sunlight, the climate, the culture, and above all, the ancient art of the bull; all ensure that the Cabernet Sauvignon vine, from which issues this wine, represents the character and the profundity of this ancient land, where the bull´s head blazes from the bridge over Ronda´s great gorge. Its twelve months of pampered rest in barrels of French oak produces a wine of great beauty to the eye, profound balsamic aromas, a mellow hint of wood and a flavour that is both deep and serious.

  • Agency: Alexandrov Design House
    Client: MICO-ALCO Ltd.
    Type of Work: Commercial work
    Country: Russia

    Branding agency Alexandrov Design House was commissioned to design complex redesign of the bottle and label for vodka brand «Rodnik».

    In the sketches we unleash our creativity by positioning the brand «Rodnik» - a source of natural beauty and purity.

    The work was the creation of an integrated bottle design and label for four SKU.

  • Agency: CARTILS
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: The Netherlands

    The new Monte Scroppino designed by CARTILS

    Monte Scroppino Originale is a Dutch beverage brand that is making the refreshing Italian scroppino cocktail consisting of sparkling wine, vodka and lemon ice. Since 2012 Monte Scroppino Originale is available in the on-trade sector in the Netherlands, Canada, Singapore and South-Africa. Since 2013 there has been an interest for this cocktail from the off-trade markets as well. As a result, Monte Scroppino Originale decided to launch a pouch applicable for this market. CARTILS developed a pouch that is impactful and recognisable for the customers of Monte Scroppino Originale by living up to its promise.

    The new design of Monte Scroppino reflects the mysterious, sexy and premium image of the brand. The curvy shape and soft texture of the pouch refers to its cocktail nature. The white and silver colours create a refined refreshing image. Whereas the depiction of the white cocktail glass in the middle with the lemon slice indicate to the consumers the refreshing taste expectation, while the subtle Italian flag on the bottom of the pouch refers to the heritage of the brand.

    The introduction of the new packaging is expected to assist in boosting sales nationally and internationally. The points of sales of Monte Scroppino Originale should double this year. The focus of the brand has recently turned to big events such as the Toppers in Concert, Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek in Amsterdam, Open Air dance festival and many culinary events. As the founder of Monte Scroppino Originale, Michel van den Bergh said “We sell already several years in the on-trade sector in the Netherlands as at that time there where the best chances. Now we have created a stable and growing position in the market and now is the moment to make our next step in the event branch.”

    The newly developed pouch of Monte Scroppino Originale is available in the Dutch and US market as of late spring this year.

  • Agency: Isbert Design
    Designer: Pablo Calzado
    Client: Marevendis Agua de Mar Mediterranea
    Country: Spain
    Awards: Laus Award 2014 Bronze - Packaging
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work

    There’s nothing like a good beer near the sea. “Er Boqueron” concentrates this experience merging the sea with beer. This fusion its captured in a design that perceives the sea essence of the product and transmits the freshness, flavor and context that make it unique.

    Branding, basic stationary and label application of the first beer with sea water.

  • Agency: Spur and Boot
    Illustration: oscar llorens
    Country: Madrid, Spain

    Oscar llorens: I made those can´s design of the beer company NorthAm Beverages, in collaboration with the agency Spur and Boot. The illustrations were based on the different names of each beer: Artisan IPA, Sun Chaser, Deep 6 Lager, Reef Break, Twisted Trail and Wild Wood.

    This project was commisioned by Colagene.

  • Agency: BrandMe
    Designer: Adam Wilford
    Client: Heineken UK
    Country: United Kingdom
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work

    Limited Edition Anniversary packaging for Kronenbourg 1664 created by BrandMe

    BrandMe were commissioned by brand owner Heineken to create a celebratory packaging range to mark the 350th anniversary of Kronenbourg breweries.

    The brief was to create a striking packaging look that clearly endorsed Kronenbourg’s Alsace origins and heritage, whilst celebrating the unique quality of the hops that give the beer its singular flavour. The focal point of this design is an illustrated ‘explosion of hops’ emanating from the brand mark. This represents the qualities of French baroque style plus the celebratory feel of a bursting firework.

    This anniversary design has allowed BrandMe to hero the passion, pride and history of the brand whilst still maintaining the key brand equities from the core Kronenbourg design.