Wow! Lorenzo is fantastic to work with, moves very quickly and produces exceptional work. One of best experiences working with a designer. Can't wait to work with this designer again. Fabulous!
Excellent design and approach, very flexible and helpful
The project was to redesign a book cover; xavierbacon was incredibly easy to work with -- again -- and combines a wonderfully creative eye for composition with an openness to feedback and criticism. I hope that I can work with him for all of my cover art in the future.
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Broken Bones Whisky is smooth, complex and elegant single malt whisky with unique character connected to its land and heritage.
Description of the product target audience
Whisky lovers (hipsters) from 25 to 75 years of age searching for new and exciting tastes.
We are looking for the design of labels for the whisky bottle.
The bottle will be round squat 700 ml: http://bit.ly/2sXGCGT
Designs we like: Clean, distinct, modern looking - some link with whisky design heritage is also ok. Preferably it should include some image or graphic on the front label. If you find a way please incorporate some graphics of bones.
Colors we like: White/light background, black/dark text, logo, pictures. Colors should complement yellow-brown whisky color.
Label paper: White/natural paper background, could also be structured paper.
Design should be free of any additional royalties for full use on all our materials. Design should come in editable file format and should include all fonts as we need to be able to change texts and do translations.
Preferably there should be one front and one back label. Optionally one label going all around the bottle.
We need to present our whisky in detail with text on the bottle itself. We are looking for design that enables this.
Below is the specification of text and elements we would like to put on the labels. Some of the texts can be moved to front label depending on your design proposal.
Some of the data will be filled in by hand as bottling series will be small. And this also adds personal touch.
Examples of bottle designs we like: https://www.whisky.com/typo3temp/GB…45fe26.jpg https://i2.wp.com/www.whiskymusings…200%2C1800 https://static1.squarespace.com/sta…M1_BM2.jpg https://static.webshopapp.com/shops…ll-rum.jpg https://img.thewhiskyexchange.com/9…0yov12.jpg
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What to avoid
The design should not be overladen, old looking or too similar to existing labels.