Tag: Bottle Design

Sip, Save, and Sustain: PepsiCo’s Label-free Multipack Redefines Green Packaging

Fizzing with innovation and bubbling with sustainability, PepsiCo Design & Innovation‘s recent “Pepsi Label-free Multipack” product clinched…

CF Napa Brand Design: Drink With Your Eyes

Under David Schuemann’s guidance, CF Napa Brand Design has redefined alcohol beverage branding, earning global accolades and…

Stranger & Stranger Echoes the Wild Pacific Northwest in Astraea Gin Packaging

Stranger & Stranger has redefined the craft spirits scene once again with their botanical label designs for…

Raising the Bar: Nellie Bly-Inspired Whiskey Label

For her whiskey label design project, MAD School of Design student Judith Rios selected hand lettering with…

New Talent Entry Wine Labels Adapt Color to Temperature

Remember the horse of a different color in The Wizard of Oz? What if you could experience…

A Toast to Heritage: CF Napa’s Signature Blend of History and Design

A great whiskey is more than just a spirit. It’s an experience, a story told through the…

Raise A Glass To 30 Years + Maker’s Mark Makeover: Design Winning Work & New Entry

A milestone birthday deserves a milestone celebration, and for designer YiFei Hu, that celebration came in the…

Playing with Expectations: Design 2023 Platinum Winners

With our 2023 Design competition fully wrapped up, we have even more winning designs to showcase. This…

Whiskey of the Wilderness + “She” Loves Brands: New Design 2023 Submissions

There’s a lot to love about brands, from the way they present themselves to the stories they…

Japanese Wine and Bringing Patterns to Life: Packaging 10 Entries

One of the primary strategic marketing focuses for any product is it’s packaging design. From form and structure…

A Curro Coyote: Latest Packaging 10 Entries

In competitive markets, it can be challenging for new brands to gain visibility. This is why it’s…

Yokai Seltzer Monsters & Frustration and Envy in a Drink: Newest Packaging 10 Designs

Doesn’t it seem like when you have a drink, it just tastes better when it comes out…