Rather than sending the conventional card to our clients, we here at Grain Creative decided a more appropriate way of sending our Christmas wishes and strengthening relationships with our clients would be to send, instead, a bottle of sparkling Shiraz. This would also ensure 'Grain Creative' stayed top of mind for when our clients started back at work in the new year. A simple yet clever design, the side caption wishes our clients all the best over the Christmas break and then asks them to farewell the year gone by with a 'toast on us'.
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“I wanted to focus on the strong fruity taste of the wine that has a slight a touch of mystery to it. Since it’s a modern wine I let the typography, which is a bit playful – but at the same time pretty strict, tell that story. The grapes stand for the mystery and indulge you to taste it. Maybe it’s the forbidden fruit?”
Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight! Many decades ago a legendary shepherd walked the fields of the valleys. His name was Sixpence and his descendants still work at Opstal Wines. Today, there are vineyards in this area which are still referred to as Sixpence’s vineyards. It is his legacy.
Designed by Gorkem Tilic, currently studying Visual Communication Design in Ankara, Turkey.
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“Speck Bros. Wines allows the Specks the agility to produce wines that express the other aspects of their personal story and interests without diluting their previous successful brands such as Henry of Pelham and Sibling Rivalry Wine.
Insite Design began assisting them on the personality and visuals of this new House Wine Co. brand by creating series of art and illustrations that could embody the idea of a House Philosophy. The goal of House Wine Co. is to re-establish peoples’ belief in the house wine as a confident choice, similar to that of a restaurants house specialty.
Eventually, and many sketches and iterations later, we arrived at a simple and honest chalk form of illustration and writing that would express the easy and sincere wine in the bottle.
A package was created as well as carton. To ensure the story could be well told to a wide audience, we filmed a series of videos to explore the idea of house wine and how a house specialty or favourite go to wine can make life or experiences simpler and more enjoyable.”
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