whitrowwines got their new product label by running a design contest:
Design an artistic Wine Label with balance of movement and color.
Check out whitrowwines's Product label contest…
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My wife and I are young artistic winemakers who have started an artisan wine co. producing premium quality boutique wines from Australia in a bespoke fashion exclusive to an educated and passionate audience. The target audience is those that are already engaged in wine but want to experience the real and raw in life. Be it wine, art or nature. Move away from corporate and are looking for the hidden gems in life. Age - 25 - 55 (broad we know) Disposable income, love lifestyle and appreciate organic nature
What's your vision?
WINE LABEL Image to be main focus of label Include text in balanced position, (this does not mean center of label, but rather balance with the image.) Requires Brand Name: Whitrow Wines Region: McLaren Vale Vintage: 2015 Variety: Shiraz Dimensions (burgundy bottle) W: 120mm Max H: 90mm Max We like retro but clean fonts, ie Riesling font (sorry to bring in another wine term but we do mean the font!) IMAGE Attached is a raw concept label of a vine in the wind that I drew to help illustrate my idea. It is a vine struggling to hold on in a strong wind being blown about. I want to reflect the elegance, prettiness and style of the wine from this windy site artistically in the label. It needs to display movement, elegance and struggle in the label, (the vines struggle a lot on this site!). I am not happy with the "legs . . .or Trunk" of the vine in my drawing. The idea is that the "hidden figure lady" in the image you initially should only see hints of her at first glance in the vine. . . almost as though you need to look twice to see her. The name on the wine is "Whitrow Wines" Balance, color and movement are key here. The image doesn't necessarily have to look like a pastel or painting as long as it is creative / artistic yet still professional without being corporate / different and out of the norm is ideal. Autumn colors will work well for this label but not essential. I am looking for someone to take this simple pencil drawing to the next level to present to the public on a wine label. . . . A lot to ask I know but if you like an artistic challenge please help.
I am open to all options, much of my family's background is art and I would like to reflect this in the label, I like design with flow, movement and balance. I don't like simple little designs that are block and motionless. I have also attached along with my first pencil drawing of the vine, an image board to give you an indication of a couple of styles (not necessarily wine related) that we like and have seen in the past. I am happy for you to work from the original pencil drawing itself or start something new. Cheers Tim.
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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.
whitrowwines collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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