Pitching this to Kokopelli as a rebrand for their label. Big successful winery in Arizona and they need a proper facelift.
almost 2 years ago
sweet. what typeface is kokopelli? that P is purdy.
I'm not sure how I feel about the angled "Zin" type, but otherwise, nice!
YOU CAN DO IT!
First of all; love the word BTTL'D with the vowels extracted. I also like the no 7 very much. Isa almost a mirror image on No 2.
Yea man, love the overall feel of this. The colors and type give it a classic look. Maybe if those dotted lines were solid, it'd add to that. But that's nitpicking.
I often buy my wine based on label, and I'd buy this Zin!
@Ted, thanks man. I always respect your opinions. What's your thoughts on the tilted ZINFANDEL look?
Nice work! I feel like Zinfandel should be straightend out or tilted a bit more
This looks great
Wonderful. Love this stuff.
@Gert van Duinen, thx brother :)
How can @Zach Piepmeyer not recognize Garamond? ;)
@Nikita Prokhorov lol, psh he's a noob ;) @Zach Piepmeyer i love ya buddy.
oh snap! gettin called out on dribbbs! :)
@Nikita Prokhorov nice 'folio, im a fan.
Love this Caleb, can't wait for the next revision
Maybe on 'Zinfandel' try just rounding the corners just a tiny bit, to make it fit in with the Garamond a bit.
Love this. I actually disagree with straightening out the "Zinfandel" or changing the type. I love that it sits slightly awkward with a typeface that doesn't quite flow with Garamond. It gives it more of a home-grown, hands-on, stamp feel... an old European feeling, non-factory produced.
The only thing that feels a bit odd to me on this are the little flourishes below the 2007. Maybe because they don't sit square with the double-zeros in 2007 it seems a bit jarring. I would consider just making that a single dotted (or solid if you go that route) line.
over 1 year ago
@Grey Jay, thank you thank you thank you! i really appreciate the in depth critique :)
No problem, Caleb. I've actually been thinking of pitching a rebrand to a local winery myself, so it's been on my mind. Keep up the excellent work. :)
like the numbers type & texture
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter