This project involved a challenging consumer packaging concept. The goal was to create something virtually indistinguishable from a 19th century elixir label, with authentic typography and an alluring color story. In our experience, this level of design tends to be a tall order, even for large design firms.
This was a Gold level contest and 4 designers submitted concepts. Of these, Calavera was the only designer who immediately grasped our vision, nailing the basic idea on the first try. Calavera was also quick to submit numerous minor revisions at our request, each an improvement over the last.
We couldn't be happier with the final result. It has been a pleasure working with this consummate professional. We look forward to future projects with 99designs and to working with Calavera and other talented designers.
- Dick Justice
Milos was wonderful to work with. Very responsive to my input. Delivered files immediately. I cannot say enough good things and will most likely use him again in the future!!
Thank you Milos!
- Orlando_EDB Studio
EDGE-Designbase was able to grasp our core requirements early enough and provided many variations in his creative design submissions. High talented and flexible designer.
How Daniel.Valentine started their product label journey
Who are you known as?
Wimberley Valley Winery
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We produce wine in the state of Texas. We currently have a line of sweet wines are will be expanding by creating a new line of dry varietal wines.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We need two labels, one for a red wine (Cabernet Sauvignon) and one for a white wine (Viognier). Each bottle will have a front and back label. The back label will contain all the legal components and we do not need it designed, so you have free reign over the label you design. All you are responsible for is the front label for both bottles of wine. The only components that must be on the label are our logo, "Wimberley Valley Winery", the varietal (either Cabernet Sauvignon or Viognier), and the vintage which is 2012.
Looks us up on facebook or google us to get a better idea of our company.