Working with Matt have been such a pleasant experience. I decided to work with him based on some of his previous work that I really liked and I absolutely never regretted this choice.
Firstly, I really like the final look but, and maybe more important, Matt totally understood the concept and was very flexible, friendly and available.
I would have given Matt 6 stars if I could and I will definitely work again with him in the future
Loved his work!
Thanks for the great job, and your professionalism. Looking forward to work with you again.
A very endeavored, committed and talented designer.
The label suggestions we received were all very consistent. All changes requested by us were implemented quickly and to our best satisfaction.
How kathi.chappell started their product label journey
I like pale soft look
probably my favorite here
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
pale dusty blue. pale pink (dominant) and light pewter gray
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Petit Marais Vineyards
Chateau Petit Marais Marquette Reserve
Description of the product
High quality, delightful wine. Winery located within Renaissance Festival
Description of the product target audience
well educated, playful adults, Midwest USA
Need a front label and a back label
***I want the label to look like it was designed and used in 15th century France.
Will need a front label with following :
1) The Coat of Arms provided ( I designed, sketched and edited ...
May convert to gray scale or fade red if you think it looks better)
2) Chateau Petit Marais (need accent over first a in Chateau if lower case)
3) Marquette Reserve
5) Minnesota River Valley
6) 750 mL
7) 14% Alcohol
Lots of pale pink, possibly woodcut look or ink line
Wine bottle is frosted white glass
Color integration: pale pink, light dusty blue, pewter (or silver)
Back label :
(maybe print type over very faded image of my vineyard sketch...provided) Write this little story about our vineyard:
This finely crafted wine comes from vines grown in the Minnesota River Valley. The vineyard sits on a south facing slope, in an old limestone quarry. The rocks, slope and cliffs surrounding the vines, contribute to early morning warming with temperatures frequently 10 degrees above the surrounding area. The open, expansive quarry floor fosters a steady breeze on the vines, which keeps them dry and cools them in the evening. The limestone rich soil is coarse, well drained and alkaline, similar to what is found in Burgundy France.
What to avoid
(flexible) Front label is 4 inches wide and 5 inches tall, back label is 3 inches by 3 inches