... packaging design concept for the gift box for my homemade canned »Olive Pesto«. – I use to make it each year for friends, family and myself.
Since it’s hard to share the »Pesto« on Dribbble, find here my personal ingredients (for pasta and bruschetta):
... Italian olives from Liguria, called »Taggiasca« 30% and from Lazio, called »Nera di Gaeta« 70%;
... basil leaves (fine chopped);
... garlic (fine chopped);
... green pepper (fresh milled | coarse);
... sea salt;
... capers (fine chopped);
... high quality olive oil (I use »Brisighella DOP«);
Now »my secrets«:
… salted anchovies (fine chopped);
… blanched almonds (fine chopped);
… Sambuca (anise-flavored liqueur | not too much, add slowly and taste);
What I can share here, is the »olive branch«, which I created for the gift box. In case you like it, find it here as vector graphic (.ai, .eps, .svg): Download Olive Branch
9 months ago
I would buy it! The type is awesome, is it all custom letters?
@Ronald Zöllner Thank you so much, Ronald! The typeface in use is for the pesto lettering is called »Steinweiss Script« by Michael Doret (Alphabet Soup).
mmmmmhhh......... grazie, amico mio !!!
@TAS ... non c'è di che! :D
So nice from you to share all your secrets for pesto in a dribbble shot!
@Nidia Rocío Carrillo You are welcome, Nidia! I hope you’ll try it and like it!!!
Typography and cooking together?!!! I wish i could like this twice. I'm positive your Pesto tastes much better with this label than if i made it myself.
@Ludwig Sanktjohanser Try it, Ludwig! You’ll see it tastes extremly good – even without label! :D
Lavoro impeccabile, complimenti!
Ahm... Mi è venuta fame... u.u
@aramisdream Mille, mille grazie e buon appetito, amico mio!
@Jacob Irwin Thank you so much, Jacob!
@Angela Hardison Huge, huge +++ thanks, Angela!
Wonderful how you've shared so many gifts at once.
@Keith Tatum Thank you so much, Keith!
This is lovely Arno!
@Davide Baratta Many, many +++ thanks, Davide!
Lovely, light and delicate.
@patrick spiers Thank you so much, Patrick!
So you'll be printing this out and putting it on bottles? Cool.
@William Dalebout Indeed, William! ;D
In the meanwhile i catch your style on the spot without reading your name under it.
@Robert Bree :D Thank you so much for your nice words, Robert!
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