Stranger and Stranger – The Art of the Bottle
Sometimes it isn’t even about the drink.
While whiskey may have made its debut in the rough and rowdy saloons of the wild west, the beverage has since earned a place on the desks of the rich and wealthy, the sleek bottle placed beside beautiful crystal glasses and in a beautiful decanter — more adornment than utility.
The whiskey bottle celebrates the legacy of Mr. Jack Daniels, who opened The White Rabbit Saloon in Lynchburg town square some 120 years ago, which became a gathering place for the locals.
A prominent competitor in the wine and spirits packaging and branding business Stranger & Stranger lays claim to a surfeit of awards and has helped sell a billion bottles of beer, wine and spirits across the world, according to their website.
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Designer: Stranger & Stranger
Title: ‘Jack Daniel’s White Rabbit’