Fairtrade wine label inspired by Swiss Alpine folk art (called 'Poya'). I've attached 3 examples. I wanted to try my hand at the embroidered one (digitally of course!), but we decided that the 'cut-out' style would have wider appeal.
The label will be black-and-white only, either utlizing screen-printing, or a raised varnish (high build).
Fake name for now. Hope you have fun looking at all the little details. Took the best part of a week to complete!
over 1 year ago
Looks great Simo! Guinea fowls in the tree, hehe
@Luke Ritchie - Guinea fowls rock.
@Simon™ Those guys! and they taste good...
How fun, Simon! Especially that reversed cow, he he...
Looks ace! Loving the leaves!
Stunning work as always Simon.
Terrific! Can't wait to see how the type is incorporated.
Killer style Simon.
Amazing! Would love to see the raised varnish used, that would be an interesting technique.
Beautifully intricate work. Just stunning.
i think i hate you..in a good way :))))
reminds me of the bremen town musicians short story
@Simon™ after a long time! great artwork! love the simplicity and tons of messages through the artwork. Great :)
@Florin Capota - Don't worry. Hate you back. In a good way too! ;-)
Simon, this is absolutely fantastic.
@Ryan Feerer - So glad you like it! Found the squirrel yet? :-)
This is just a lovely journey piece. My eyes go on a wonderful adventure strolling down that track. Well done mate.
Absolutely fantastic work Simon. Maybe inspired by Poya, but to me this could be called an art-form itself.
Particularly love those little details and those threes. The best part of the week definitely paid-off.
You wine label maniac :^)
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