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Finísima designed by Savvy

Packaging designed by Savvy for premium craft beer label Finísima

Finísima is the latest ale to emerge from the independent Mexican beer brewing category and is described as being for both those unaccustomed with the world of artisanal beer and the connoisseur.

The ale’s packaging treatment, created by Mexican design studio Savvy, reflects its artisanal origin “without sacrificing the reach and reception of more commercial brands” by combining familiar craft aesthetics with those of an established premium nature.

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OAC – Only At Christmas designed by Believe In

Packaging for Christmas gift OAC - Only At Christmas designed by Believe In

UK based design studio Believe In have produced a festive gift to thank clients, friends and suppliers. Blended by hand by a small team of artisan producers in Devon, the orange and chocolate liqueur is contained within a black gloss bottle and a warm copper metallic paper tag provided by GF Smith with a white ink print finish. It is combination that delivers a distinctive contrast of colour and surface texture that neatly reflects the duality of the name OAC – ‘Only At Christmas’ and ‘Orange And Chocolate’ – and captures the creativity and collaborative nature of the studio, while the signature details, numbers and the space for festive messages keep it personal with a crafted, batch produced sensibility.

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Winecast designed by Anagrama

Packaging designed by Anagrama for online wine-tasting, curation and delivery service Winecast

Winecast is a Dutch ‘online wine-tasting’, curation and delivery service that takes the likes, dislikes and habits of subscribers and provides them with a personalised and customisable collection of six wines that are then sent out each month.

Winecast’s brand identity, which consists of a logo-type, packaging, stationery and website solution developed by multidisciplinary design agency Anagrama, draws on the unbleached boards and papers of the postal service, the perforations and rippled edges of postage stamps, the efficiency of a sans-serif, and the contemporary on-trend sensibilities of a single line weight logo-mark and unites them as die cut stickers, stamps and screen prints across the uncoated surfaces of the wine boxes.

These utilitarian cues are intelligently juxtaposed alongside the detail and flourish of an old style serif logo-type to add a more conventional but clearly communicative sense of heritage and high quality to the wine’s mail-ordered convenience and its modern, algorithmic selection.

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