Made this mock up for the stinger beer. What you think?
over 1 year ago
So sharp dude. Love the subtle glossy highlights on the type. Well done sir :D
That looks delicious! Now I'm sad because all I have in the house is orange juice.
Looks sweet man! Very different. Looks a little dark from the photo and I feel like the "Stinger" logo should be centered in the "dripping honey" graphic, rather than centered to the actual label, but that's just personal preference. Still looks great!
Looks read Nick. I agree with Adam, that Stinger could be bump up some. Also, seems like the white under the dripping honey could use a little texture of something. Just a couple thoughts, turned out awesome.
the white under the drops should be die cut off completely — thats within budget, right?
Looks awesome, Nick! Perhaps you could try another prominent drip near the centre.
This is rad! I'm with @matt yow it would look awesome if the white was cut off and just the dripping honey was left.
Love it man, My only thought would be to maybe do something with the white at the bottom maybe make it brown like the "Stinger" or die cut that beast $$$ not sure man just a suggestion, it's really nice.
@Jeremy Teff @Tommy Perez @Matt Withers @Jason Krieger @matt yow @Bob Ewing @Adam Schweitzer @Chris Beaumont @Mike Cummings Thanks guys for the feedback and kind words. Totally dig the idea of cutting out the white but, that would have to be printed on a actual bottle versus a label... could cost more. Also, the align does need more work. Certainly, will need to tweak it.
Just to be ridiculous, you should try die-cutting along the honey goo along the bottom of the label. Possible?
Great work ;)
I'd drink it! :) Did you wrap a print around a bottle or is this photoshop? If photoshop, NICE JOB!!!
I really like the direction of this Nick, although - and it might be because I'm from Texas - I immediately was reminded of Shiner Bock.
@Gerren Lamson I totally see what you meant after checking it out! Although the type is a rounded black, the elements are original but, I think since it has a "yellowish" label... I can see how you can associate it with it. What would do to make it different. I am thinking that if I change the type that it could work because I love the honey drip label. major drag :/
Note: That label is for a home brew and prolly never be in production. SInce, this is only made in small batches.
If die-cutting is not an option, I would consider another color rather than white for all of that blank space.
It's great to be able to see a mock up of this, I particularly like how the bee fits in that top label. I also really like that the white part brings in a lighter touch at the bottom and very much highlights the drops, but like @Damaris mentioned, I wonder if an off white or cream sort of tone might look a little more cohesive.
@Nick Slater I wouldn't change your direction - it was just a coincidence that I thought was worth mentioning. If it's a home/diy-thing, you're good to go. Keep up the good work!
i think it looks super rad...and is unique! i wouldn't change a thing.
Love the type/lettering on here Nick. My only thought to improve it would be adding some texture/subtle patterning in the background. The label as a whole is somewhat flat and I think some depth might bring it out more.
I think it's really well done @Nick. And didn't I hear you say that everyone who posts a comment here gets a free 6-pack? ;)
Also, I had a thought: the hexagonal shape that's associated with beehives is just too damn perfect not to be used for a slight background pattern of some sort. Something very subtle, maybe in that screened back yellow color, but only on the white part of the label? Maybe it's worth a try. You never know, it could generate some...buzz.
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