Squad Ink designed the beautiful packaging for True North, a monthly spirit subscription that allows for a special way to discover your next favorite drink. The imagery of the packaging evokes a sense of journey and travel, adding a nice overall theme to the product.
You can’t not notice that bright and bold yellow, making Willibald Farm Distillery stand out in a sea of lots of the same. Designed by Concrete, the brand brings a youthful energy with its dynamic color palette and slanted typeface. Instead of shying away from the fact that they’re a new distillery, this design celebrates it and highlights the intensely flavorful gin they’ve launched.
Barrel aged gin with hints of elderflower? A spirit so lovely needs equally beautiful packaging, and Chad Michael Studio certainly delivered. Combining ornate and elegant elements, like gold foil and floral graphics with skulls and spiders, the label is incredibly dynamic.
Ever dreamed of distilling your own craft spirits, complete with delicate notes of lavender or mint? Now it’s easier as ever with 1pt (“one part”). These infusion blends for alcohol and spirits from Teroforma are sure to change the way you make cocktails. Rather than mixing up a variety of spices and herbs and waiting a couple weeks to taste the result, 1pt is ready in just a few hours—and the results are reliably similar, every time.
The packaging for this pear brandy is absolutely exquisite. Long Table Distillery has a limited batch of the spirit, and they turned to David Arias for a design that would tell a bit of the story of how it came to be and give you a sense of the delightful flavor inside.
It’s all in the details for Far Reaches Gin. Designed by Chris Moore, the bottle tells a story of the ingredients used—specifically, where they are sourced. Inspired by the journeys taken to get the fragrant botanicals, Moore developed a design that evokes a sense of adventure.
Sometimes looking to the past can actually help produce an effective design. This was the case with T&M Liquor company’s Art Deco inspired packaging. Featuring geometric elements and typography straight out of the 1920s, these bottles stand out for how they seem to marry the modern with the vintage.
Stranger & Stranger designed the elegant packaging for Shackleton Blended Malt Scotch Whisky. The overall design comes with an old-school nautical feel, which is sure to have you feeling like you’re ready to take on the seven seas.
Stranger & Stranger designed the packaging for Compass Box’s Double Single Blended Scotch Whisky. The packaging features beautiful typography along with whimsical illustrations. Gold foil details add a touch of luxury to the overall spirit.
Twisted and spooky, this design for Mayfield Gin may just send shivers down your spine. Drawing on local legend, Stranger & Stranger created this design for their Sussex Hop Gin. The illustration not only tells a story, but its style speaks to the history of the region and the brand. A classic serif font further emphasizes its roots.
This is the Wild West. Stranger & Stranger designed a line of brandy from Argonaut which truly make you feel like a pioneer headed west in the 1800s. Labels look like posters you might see hanging around a small town, yellowed and featuring a mix of fonts. Small details like gold foil and batch numbers on the necks of the bottle make the spirits feel extra special to consumers. We especially like the hanging nugget of gold from their limited release bottle—a fine detail that helps transport consumers back in time.