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Antler Brain Tonic designed by Jack Neville

Packaging concept for Antler Brain Tonic designed by illustrator and graphic designer Jack Neville

Antler Brain Tonic is a conceptual and self initiated project designed by UK illustrator and graphic designer Jack Neville based around a fictional line of products that improve mental capacity. Packaged in a vintage style wooden crate with detailed illustrative and typographic labels this imaginative range captures a quirky Victorian era medicinal visual style and blends it with a premium spirit sensibility.

Packaging concept for Antler Brain Tonic designed by illustrator and graphic designer Jack Neville

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Packaging concept for Antler Brain Tonic designed by illustrator and graphic designer Jack Neville

Packaging concept for Antler Brain Tonic designed by illustrator and graphic designer Jack Neville

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