Eldermerry beer label (the hippest hops..)


15 Responses

  1. Kim Walker Kim Walker

    Label designed for the festive client gift at Anywhichway! last year, inspired (in part) by the East London street on which the office is based - Elder Street. View the full bottle here: http://cl.ly/4Iye

    about 3 years ago

  2. Rick Murphy Rick Murphy

    Wow. Love this shot Kim. Warm welcome to dribbble.

    about 3 years ago

  3. Caleb Royce Lummer Caleb Royce Lummer

    Love love love. Welcome to Dribbble, Kim.

    about 3 years ago

  4. Luke Ritchie Luke Ritchie

    beautiful.and such fitting colours

    about 3 years ago

  5. Kim Walker Kim Walker

    Thanks Rick and Caleb!
    Cheers Luke, yeah it took a while to arrive at a combination which felt festive without being too Christmassy..

    ps. view the full label here: http://cl.ly/4Ic1

    about 3 years ago

  6. Krista A. Jones Krista A. Jones

    This is so awesome! Love the shapes, colors, stitching and fonts!

    about 3 years ago

  7. Jonathan Lawrence Jonathan Lawrence

    Loving that "hippest of hops" line. Brilliance.

    about 3 years ago

  8. Nathan Godding Nathan Godding

    Looks great on the bottle!

    about 3 years ago

  9. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    Very nice!

    about 3 years ago

  10. Kim Walker Kim Walker

    cheers guys

    Nathan - thanks! Sticking 70 labels on was a bit of a chore, but very to satisfying to end up with a tangible product instead of something existing on screen..

    a shot of the production line: http://cl.ly/4K5W

    about 3 years ago

  11. Shaun Moynihan Shaun Moynihan

    This is gorgeous... excellent work Kim (like!)

    about 3 years ago

  12. Tom Bennett Tom Bennett

    Awesome debut. Welcome to dribbble.

    about 3 years ago

  13. Morgan Allan Knutson Morgan Allan Knutson

    VERY nice.

    about 3 years ago

  14. Mike Gowen Mike Gowen

    Beautiful, killer job.

    about 3 years ago

  15. Thank you for the inspiration @kimWalker! It was fun creating a 'rebound'

    over 1 year ago

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