“‘Riesling. Late harvest’ was created from the grapes, caressed by sun-beams during hot summer and long warm autumn, which were hand-picked at the threshold of winter.” It’s clear that the folks at Tiraspol Winery & Distillery KVINT take a lot of pride in the wine they create.Read More
Ivy City Gin is a new American dry gin coming out of the Washington DC distillery, One Eight Distilling. The gin is named after the northeastern neighborhood of Ivy City where the spirit is made, a neighborhood currently undergoing a bit of a renaissance. A city not known for it’s distilleries, this is only the SECOND gin produced in the District post-prohibition!Read More
For each of the brands launched under the Orphan Barrel range, design agency RPNYC Design House has created strong graphic personalities that express the unique character of the spirits themselves.Read More
There is nothing better to do on this beautiful Monday morning than to check out the Top 10 Packaging Projects and Articles.Read More
Start your week off with a little #MotivationalMonday from The Dieline!Read More
Did you know that the first Pez dispensers, known as "regulars," were similar in shape to a cigarette lighter, and dispensed an adult breath mint marketed as an alternative to smoking?
Check out these amazing concepts and get in the minds of the designers who did them this Friday Morning!Read More
Green is no longer just a color. It's now the symbol of ecology and a verb. Since the beginning of time, green has signified growth, rebirth, and fertility. In pagan times, there was the "Green Man" - a symbol of fertility. In Muslim countries, it is a holy color and in Ireland, a lucky color. Today's greens can be found in a wide range of objects: pea soup, emeralds, wasabi, and sage. This week we take a closer look at some of the latest branding and packaging designs colored green.Read More