I’ve shown you work from Stranger and Stranger before but I want to post them again because I find them such a fascinating company. How do they do it?!?!?! How have they become so good and specialized within one very specific field of packaging design? In tiny little Denmark it would not be possible to be a company that ONLY does wine and booze packaging because the market is so small. But it seams that everytime I go to the liquer store (I go there sometimes just to look at pretty booze bottles…NERD!) my eyes are drawn to a really nice bottle and I discover that it’s done by Stranger and Stranger.
See more here.
On such a friday, isn’t it time for another booze round up? I’ve been trawling the interweb to give you the very best in my opinion. I did one of these gin round ups before, so if you’re sitting there thinking “Hang on, why didn’t the silly cow put in Hendrick’s?” then it’s because I already did! Now go ahead an pour yourself a GT…well, in a few hours that is, depending on your timezone and your care for political correctness. Which one would you rather look cool pouring from?
Have a great weekend!
If you had a bit of a boozer over the weekend than this post might make you feel a little nauseous but I just have to show you the UK studio Stranger and Stranger. They’ve found a niche for themselves in making packaging design for alcohol and they do it very well. Just look at the samples below. I fell totally in love with their work for Kraken Rum.
See more: http://www.strangerandstranger.com
I’m gonna do a follow up on last friday’s post on vodka bottles. During my research I found so many lovely booze bottles so I figured I might as well do another, this time it’s top of the pops in the gin department.
You needn’t worry, I haven’t developed a drinking habit from teaching unruly youngsters. But in honour of my new students I’ll do a vodka theme today, after all it is friday and I bet they’ll be celebrating their first week here. But guys, please do so in style! So choose from selected approved bottles below…ohh and if you’re not past the legal drinking age I must insist that you leave my blog this instant!
Another post from Finland today. If you live in Finland you can’t buy booze in your local shop, like in Sweden you have to go to a centrally owned store and get your wine, vodka etc. It sounds a bit shamefull but it’s actually quite alright as the variety of things you can get there is much bigger than it would be in local shop. And it’s even better since Alko (the Finnish version) was recently redesigned to look much nicer. The redesign was done by Aleksi Hautamäki and Anders Nord. Just look at the wonderful features in the spatial design below.