Bottle and carrier design for a premium Belgian IPA. “The name is from a ship that was built in 1936, which is now a floating museum in Oostende, Belgium. All the ship elements is drawn by hand to get that crafted feeling, then etched into the bottles. The logo is also hand drawn, then embossed into the tag.
Each bottle has it’s own stamp for the lid with the same decoration as etched in front. They are all different, because they are meant to be collectibles. The carry pack is similar crafted as an old ship box, with a hole to see the etching.” (via The Dieline)

Lovely idea and execution.


Harvey River Bridge Estate approached Australia-based studio brainCELLS in early 2010 to work on this new premium cider range. The manufacturer of Harvey Fresh, a line of freshly squeezed fruit juices, is well-known for its quality fruit, so a range of cider with apple, pear and grape varieties seemed a wise investment. The packaging reflects the tradition and heritage of the Harvey orchards that have been operating in Western Australia for decades and the look was achieved with a scraperboard illustration and a visual palette of dusty colors and vintage typefaces. (via Communication Arts)

From the South African design studio Fanakalo, we get this very nice and clean wine bottle design. I like the embossed illustration that reminds me of a woodcut. A visual and tactile design in black & white. (via Lovelypackage)