The founders of Monument City Brewing Company have some serious Baltimore pride, so why not incorporate that into their packaging? The brewery turned to Orange Element for a fresh design that would highlight the city itself while giving it a contemporary spin.
This is certainly a beer that is made to stand out. Although already an established brewery, Vocation Brewery released a new range of craft lagers that needed to express the creativity involved in these fresh brews. We asked the team behind the design, Robot Food, a few questions about this project to learn more about standing out in a saturated market, creating brand confidence, following gut feelings in design, and more.
Remember those delicious dishes your mom made when you were growing up, passed down from generation to generation? In an effort to capture some of their own past, Russian immigrants of the fourth and fifth wave have created Slavos to create an authentic meat stew. Designed by Nimax Brands, these cans instantly establish a sense of time and place.
Campbell’s may not be a new name in the soup market, but their new Well Yes! soups are a fun and fresh new product line. Designed by Bulldog Drummond, the goodness inside the soups is easy to see—after all, images of all the ingredients appear on the front of the label!
If you find yourself on the go and want to look your best, you might benefit from the wonders of dry shampoo, a product that keeps your hair feeling fresh. bluemarlin Brand Design Agency has designed the fun and eye-catching packaging for Batiste 2-in-1, a new line of dry shampoos that also serve as conditioners at the same time.
jones knowles ritchie was behind the design for this clever, art-deco inspired booze-free brew for Budweiser. This take on non-alcoholic beer takes direct inspiration from the American Prohibition Era of the 1920s, a time when consuming alcohol was considered illegal.
Vocation Brewery and Robot Food have collaborated once more to unleash an exciting new craft lager range for beer lovers. The design is a bold and fresh take on craft beer, complete with a bold color palette and brushstroke textures.
Love small batch beers? Then you should know about the Widmer Brothers. They only produce any variety of beer for a limited run, so you’ve always got something new to try! Sasquatch Agency designed their Crowler can to highlight the elements that make their brews so special—namely, the landscape of Oregon, where the beer is made.
It’s not so hard to talk about what something tastes like, but would you be able to create an illustration or design based off of flavors? That’s exactly what Thirst did with Commonwealth Brewing Co.’s line of tasty brews. The colorful, abstract designs are certainly unique and give consumers a taste of what the beer is like before they even crack it open. It also creates a memorable experience, as if you’re enjoying a cold beer and your own personal mini trip to an art museum.
We can’t wait to get our hands on these. AND UNION has a delightful range of beer that have an incredibly alluring and fun texture that gives the traditional brew a fresh new look. Keep things simple and essential, each beer has a coordinating color and an easy description, allowing drinkers to find what they want right away.
Retail branding agency, Theory House designed the bold limited-edition Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Commemorative Can which will be distributed to 20,000 VIP attendees at this year’s Super Bowl in Houston.
Pepsi, Fashion, Pink, and tropical palm leaves = amazing! Who knew a collaboration such as this could really be so fresh and inspiring. Check out this limited edition can from Pepsi and Shanghai Fashion Week.
In partnership with Vice Media and AB InBev, Safari Sundays has created the branding and design for Old Blue Last, a new beer being brewed on premise at Vice headquarters with distribution rolling out across NYC and nationally.