Cera Una Volta(Once Upon a Time) is not just a wine but also a leap into the past. It was born from the dream of creating a small oenological jewel by treasuring the teachings of the ancestors and the winemaking techniques of the past. The idea of the creative concept of wine tells, in the simplicity of the fairy tale hyperbole well represented by the illustration on the label, the story of the birth of this wine and that of who produced it. The style chosen is deliberately fairytale, to give a magical touch to a wine that differs greatly from the classic style of Vermentino.
BC pit corrugated paper contour tea mountain shape to show the growth environment of the original ecological landscape of ancient tea trees, as the base of ancient tea trees. The outline tea tray outer box is integrated, F the zigzag corrugated paper is superimposed, F the zigzag single-sided corrugated paper, can be used as a small bonsai in the corner of the desk for environmental decoration. The whole packaging material is environmentally friendly recycling, advocating a return to nature, return to reality, seek true self, nature and man in one leisurely and slow life state.
Hey Mama Wines was inspired by all the amazing mothers out there who deserve an equally as amazing beverage. The product was created to bring a smile to the faces of all the women that received it! Part of the proceeds that Hey Mama Wines receives, goes towards female driven charities as well. As a way to spread a smile to any mother receiving this wine as a gift, customizable hand-written notes are included with each package, a special touch that is sure to brighten anyones day.
Gu Yue Long Shan is the largest group of traditional yellow wine in China, founded in 1664. The new product they created for Gu Yue Long Shan, conveys the idea of enjoying slow time. The graphic design is based on the concepts of water, snow, glutinous rice and time, which are essential in yellow wine, and depicts the local mountains and water to form a complete picture.
Landscape is a creative packaging design to express the differences and commonness of eastern and Western cultures. The color of Western oil painting and the shape of Chinese mountains are integrated in it. This design use a lot of 2D picture slices to form a 3D scene. This idea comes from art works, but it is embodied in the real commodity design.
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