Wine range. Each varietal sourced from a different country. The vine leaves reveal each matching continent in turn.
UPDATE: Illustrator paths attached. Pretty happy with how my guilloches ('money' patterns) turned out, after a lot of experimentation.
about 1 year ago
Amazing once again, Simon. Detail is incredible.
Son of a b.. very cool, id buy this. Which wine producer is this for?
@Alex Lloyd - this is the one! :-)
@Alex Lloyd - Chose to show the red version. ;-)
@Ryan Greene - Origin Wines.
i dig the composition of elements their positioning all works pretty nice flow together,also like different"feel" of elements,like leaves around continent have "soft" feel .. nice work once again man!
Beauty. The negative space of the leaves forming the country is so smart and executed perfectly.
The guilloches are mind boggling!
Beautiful work Simon!
@Simon™ I think its safe to say you got this Label thing down...... Amazing!
Brilliant as always Simon!
Those guilloches are making me gooshy. Seriously so so incredible. You sir are an amazing tradesman of your craft.
@John Powell - Why thank you sir! Coming from you it's a huge compliment.
You should work for the Treasury in making new designs for paper currency, insanely awesome.
Absolutely brilliant stuff, great work again!
Outstanding, Mr Frouws.
Very cool as usual.
Brilliant work Simon. The way Africa emerges back in the leaves is insane...
@Joe Prince - Thanks man! Workers at the Treasury surely get paid big bucks. "Give me a raise, or I'll draw & print my own money!" makes for a swift negotiation with one's boss. :-)
Love your lacey lines man.
You're a damn god.
Amazing guilloches. Any good resources on how to build my own?
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