Tag Archives: design
“The cork material makes an ideal soft handle and tells the story of previous evenings.”
Such a good idea. What a great way to store that special cork or remember what got opened the night before.
Buy one here.
“With the creation of an exclusive collection of three bottles by the Design Laboratory at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art & Design, Dom Pérignon pays tribute to Andy Warhol, creative genius and one of the most illustrious artists of the 20th century.”
And you can watch a nice little vid here.
h/t creative greed
Pretty tetra packed wine by Akesson. Personally I prefer mine in a bottle.
There are more excellent wine labels in this post than I seen in one place for a long time. <link>
LogoMoose has compiled some very nicely designed wine-oriented logos. My personal favourite is this one. Lovely, classy.
Beautiful label. I’m not familiar with the Chateau or the wine but the label is excellent. According to Packaging News, “Design Bridge in London has created the identity for Déesse red wine from Chateau D’Esclans. The design was inspired by the chateau’s ancient vines, and combines imagery of deer roaming the surrounding woods and the hunting goddess Diana. Group PR director Rene Lutters said the aim was to create a brand that would stand out from the chateau’s rosé wines and other reds from the region.”
They succeeded. More details on the wine and purchasing here <link>
Both of these labels are innovative, both demonstrate excellent design and both come from dieline <link>
I think this might be the first of more posts profiling fine label design.