Beer Brand Concept work

This beer brand concept was born on a sunday night at school. Students were supposed to make a brand for a micro-brewery. The name is traditional Icelandic name that could be loosely translated into “thirsty one”.
The concept is to have one beer, 10 different bottle designs by 10 different designers. The design would be changed annually and could be put on beer glasses as well.The desicion was to make versatile design but limit it down to a single color graphics. Their approach was different, but they all shared the same ideology about breaking out of the ordinary and making graphics that aren´t exactly typical for beer bottle labeling. The concept also makes the brand a platform for other graphic designers to show off their own design for design’ s sake.


Designed by Thorleifur Gunnar Gíslason


Designed by Geir Ólafsson


Designed by Hlynur Ingólfsson

 

Source: Behance Network

Maria Papaefstathiou

VISUAL DESIGNER since 1996 and blogger since 2010. Living in Athens, Greece. She has been focusing her research on poster design and particularly on social poster design and portrait design. Her main poster project is a series of posters celebrating great personalities of traditional and popular culture in Greece and Jamaica. These include actors, singers, musicians, poets etc. This is an ongoing project. “I believe that design is a powerful tool that we designers can use to spark enthusiasm, change mindsets and bring positive actions to our world and our culture”. FOUNDER AND EDITOR OF GRAPHICART-NEWS.COM BLOG. She carefully curates high-quality designs, illustrations, and art, from all over the world that will teach and provoke other designers. Many consider her blog to be an exceptional educational tool. CO-FOUNDER OF THE INTERNATIONAL REGGAE POSTER CONTEST which was launched on December 2011, partnering, the creative activist Michael Thompson aka Freestylee. (www.reggaepostercontest.com)

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