WolfBell did a great job and was very easy to work with. Would recommend!
How Shugg started their product label journey
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Nope. You can do anything. This will be printed on a plastic wrap, so it will show all the colors and all the detail. You can even cut out part of the art and let the can shine through, so like a shiny metal affect.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Martin House Brewing Company
Into the Wild
Description of the product
We are a brewery and this is our collaboration beer with the Fort Worth Zoo. It is celebrating their expansion of the zoo and the new Rhino exhibit opening. It is a wheat beer brewed with kiwano fruit. It will be printed on a plastic wrapping that will be shrink wrapped to a 12oz can. The shrink wrap style cans allows the art to be very detailed.
Description of the product target audience
Our beer will come in a 6pack format and be available throughout Texas. This is a limited craft beer, so anyone who enjoys new beer will be interested.
Our usual designs are pretty badass and mostly illustrated. It just has to be an eye-catching design for a 12oz beer can. I imagine the Rhino is a big part of the label. With bright colors. The Kiwano fruit used in this beer is bright orange and green. Look it up. So I imagine some green/orange, but really whatever you think looks best. All of our beers follow a certain layout. Somewhat. I'll attach a few examples. Also it would not let me attach these fonts: IM Fell Pic, Neutra, and DIN, which are used in all of our designs. But I can email em to ya. "Into the Wild" 5.2%abv. Wheat Beer with Kiwano Fruit.
What to avoid
Big thing is beer cans are round, so if the wording is stretched too much, you may not be able to read it all when facing the beer can. So that's really it. That also means the art should have continuity from edge of left side to the edge of right side when connected.