sharonn_n got their new product label by running a design contest:
Create a WINE LABEL & PACKAGING for "Glamour" the PINK MOSCATO
Check out sharonn_n's Product label contest…
We export wines from Australia to around the world with our own labels. We now need a label for our pink Moscato wine, which is lightly sparkling and pleasant fruity and sweet in nature. Our target market is young working female population.
What's your vision?
HIGH CLASS DESIGN NEEDED, design a label that sells a wine at higher price We want to design a label for the Pink Moscato wine. The line name is "Glamour" and slogan "addicted to joy" NOTE it is made for mainly young working age female drinkers, so be elegant and meanwhile addressing its quality We dont have any specific color requirement and we dont have a logo for this line. We'd love to have the designer deciding the size and dimension of the label. We use a 30570 Claret bottle in the standard Moscato product in Arctic Blue colour, it is the only fixed feature for this project. ***Back label need to have a consistent coloring to the front label but no extensive designing required.***top screw cap part needs to flow with overall coloring theme and consistent with a touch of main elements. ***The packaging would be a 6 bottle wine case, be creative within the standard please. Motif can be rose, jewelry or anything that attracts female We will use collotype as label printer, please refer to there australian website for their current technology and printing standard Please refer to Wine Australia for label standard ---------------------- We have some ideas: maybe consist of two separate labels instead of one large label at front. maybe include an oval ceramic feeling Cameo (wedgwood) as main motif. maybe some vintage feeling brush pen font for the wine name maybe some photograph or art blend into the design, real-life object and vintage feeling, creating visual impact ---------------------- Some facts about the wine: Color: soft pink Nose: Aromas of Peach, rose petals and hints of raspberries Palate: Delicately sweet with balancing acidity and a soft fizz with musk and floral flavours Perfect to drink now or serve chilled with friends ____________________ I think I like both "real life object" modified motifs and linear illustration style
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A$499 Silver package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Product label starts at $299.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their product label.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
sharonn_n collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
I'm really amazed at how closely _fra_ captured my vision on the first submission. She read my brief carefully and understood the look and feel of what I was going for. She was patient with my iterations and minor changes, which were made quickly and accurately. I look forward to working with her on future projects.
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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