Just a comp.
6 months ago
The the right stem of the M in the CM mark feel a bit off otherwise I love it. I'm sure it was intentional but it may be a bit much?
At least it's handcrafted and original haha. :D love the design.
Dude, this is kick ass! The R's kinda feel a little out of place in relation to the other letterforms though. Might just be that the lower stem is just resting a tad low. Wonder if it's more like the B and less like the K? Overall this thing rules man.
Kinda clean for the Alabama style ;)
The CM mark (bottom left) might be a cool stamp type element on the top of the cork/cap.
This looks awesome!! I'd drink it in a minute. The simplicity is right on. Let the drink and craftsmanship speak for itself.
The bottom part of the 'K' in WHISKEY feels weak. Almost like the proportions should be more flipped. Same with the 'R's. Maybe shift the center of the leg to the intersection of the bowl and the stem, then that should give it some support.
I wish all of this was about 35% smaller. Nice type, why hide it? Also will be much easier to get to the brand name.
Also be cognizant of your legal requirements for your front label. Thinking your ALC & Proof statements might be borderline too small, also will probably have to include volume, and potentially another line of descriptive copy depending on the exact contents of the bottle. Brush up on your TTB regulations to prevent future headaches.
love that hierarchy!
Has a great style to it that jumps out at you, but after examining it closely it feels unfinished. Seems as though some illustration or visual symbols are missing that could give it that extra polish to bring it from good to great, similar to what was done on this case study - http://studiompls.com/case-studies/crown-maple/
That's just my opinion and of course I have no background or stakeholder info on the project, so what the heck do I know? Maybe leaving out illustration was your intent... design trends seem to be moving away from complexity towards simplicity, so if that's the case then job well done.
Thanks for all the great feedback guys. This one didn't make it all the way anyway, but I figured it was worth putting up.
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