Here's a partial peek of my Merlot label. Just wrapped up a series of four wine labels (+ logo) for a vineyard, Sangwine, that I made up! Each features something sort of quintessentially Californian, this one being red wood forest inspired. Will photograph and post the whole series on my website soon.
p.s. You're looking at the label flat and seeing the back and part of the front. All of the trees are die-cut, so the bright white is where the bottle will be. Photos to follow!
over 1 year ago
What an amazing project...and of course an amazing job. Bottoms up!
Oh Lydia, this is so cool.. I love nicely designed alcohol labels and this is pretty darn original!
Lydia - been a huge fan of your work for some time now. But THIS.. this is definitely one of the most amazing things I have seen you do. Beautiful.
This looks amazing Lydia! Can't wait to see more!
This is pretty great!
I love the color palette!
I really like this. The different patterns are great! You draw bears so well it makes me jealous.
Really love the style and colors you are using!
Wow this is really great, great job! I'm gonna buy this wine just for the label.
This is an awesome label!
She's a beaut!
Bears drinking wine? Yes please.
Love the palate.
Love the trees!
Love the idea of the Die-cut trees, can't wait to see the whole series
WOAH! This is great, love the colors. Actually I love everything. Nice work!
Very Good Lydia :)
by Lydia Nichols
Here they are! Two reds–merlot and pinot noir–and two whites–pinot grigio and chardonnay. More photos of the bottles and packaging here.
over 1 year ago
Loving this and the wordplay. :)
Just what we need, drunk bears.
I mean this is fabulous.
about 1 year ago
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