Till has a fantastic taste. Very creative, and super easy to work with. Definitely will be working with her again in the future.
Footstep is a real professional, and delivers high, thoughtful design. We look forward to working with him further!
Hit the brief early on in the process.
- Kirill D.
Once more good work!
Another perfect piece of work!
- Nico Giudiche
Nico did a perfect job! All my wishes were fulfilled and adapted according to my ideas. The collaboration with Nico was excellent and I can highly recommend him as a designer. At this point I would like to thank him once again and hope to be able to continue working with him later on.
How paulhpeden2 started their product label journey
What colors do you want to see in your design?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Honey Bay Wines is a Seattle Washington based canned wine company made for the lover of the outdoors. At some point we hope to be have enough success that we can donate to environmental groups.
Description of the product target audience
I will assume 60% female 40% male. The age group will be 21-dead. They will be Pacific North West locals- outdoorsy people, nature lovers, humble realists with a demand for high quality, a reasonable prices, and a good time. They will take it to the beach, camping, house parties, and more.
I am open to experimentation. I like themes of retro, geometric-minimalism or detail, strong sense of balance, I like botanical/animal illustration. I want something that will stand out but is not obnoxious. I like soft colors like pastels and matte (but feel free to use any). I like floral and tropical but I am not married to the idea by any means. I don't need to use the simple logo that I made. Also, maps are nice. See Tonys coffee brand pictures. Lastly, I will need it to be easily editable to include the varietal e.g. Rosé, Pinot Noir, etc. that we happen to be producing at that time of the year.
The size will be that of a standard "beer can" 12 fl. ounces