JOC is a wine range produced by Jordi Oliver Conti from vines selected for their rarity, geographical location and limited production. JOC’s identity, developed by Barcelona based art director and graphic designer Francesc Moret, is founded on the three elemental characteristics of wine; tani, acid and sweet with a personal, monogrammatic resolution.
Brash Higgins is a wine range produced by Omensetter, a vineyard of red-brown clay and sandstone located in McLaren Vale (Australia). The bottle’s labels, created by design agency Swear Words, capture the earthy flavours of the wine, handcrafted clay amphoras used in the production process and the soil qualities through a warm water-colour palette, orange foil treatment and a tactile uncoated substrate.
“Upholding its good tradition, STUDIOIN has designed an appearance of a corporate gift for the New Year’s Eve. While designing the bottle, we chose a topic that, over the past year, was among the most discussed ones: the 2012 apocalypse. The label shows the 14 most “popular” scary scenarios satisfying any taste: from rather predictable natural disasters to those absolutely fantastic. Despite that the humanity has been discussing the end of the world for millennia, we plan to celebrate this “last” New Year’s Eve to the fullest, following our own unforgettable scenario.”
– Studio In
As an avid reader of speculative fiction this immediately caught my attention. The illustrations are really spot on and well composed while the colour palette is a striking and contemporary mix of neon pink and a cool metallic silver. The LHC explosion is a personal favourite.