With Illustrations And No Text, Can Wine Labels Guide Customers In This Way?
Creative Moutai wine packaging
Moutai creative red wine design packaging brand incorporates elements of wintersweet, in the packaging and wine label presents a classic black and gold collision, simple fashion sense; The main body of wine label integrates Chinese ink painting elements, which is the inheritance and development of the millennium wine culture, better interpretation of the brand connotation, brand publicity effect. Special printing, such as embossing and gilding, can bring out the inner quality of wine simply and directly.
Spanish scorpion wine packaging
The wine's packaging aims to create a label with minimal text, omit the name of the winery, print it out on a sheet of paper that recalls the texture of ancient scrolls, and feature the wine's name section for more relevance.
The Majestic Loves series of wines
Majestic Wine's new range of wines misses the traditional tag design with just one illustration to guide you through the beauty of the Wine.
Australian Ten Miles East wine label
The pattern on this label paper has a sense of depth, and the light and shadow effect is very real and natural, not like a simple graphic design work. In fact, the images on the wine labels were originally three-dimensional pieces of paper art: Sam Pierpoint cut and pasted the objects with colored paper, then photographed them with a camera and processed them to look like what we see.
This unique label design allows their products to stand out from the many older, more famous wines and to be more easily detected by their target consumers.