These liquor labels really stretched the boundaries of label design and captivated their audience. Check out how these designers redefined liquid courage with these incredible designs.
1. St. Laurent Gin by Chad Michael Studio
A label fit for a socialite, St. Laurent’s gin gives off an elite vibe, fit only for special occasions. The off-white label is electrified by a turquoise stamp and gold accents. Varied typography and illustrated images of butterflies, compasses, and even a squid of some sort marry class with whimsy. Perfect for starting a party.
2. Shinsegae Craft Liquor by Plus X
Minimalism, geometry, and vibrant color makes this label a party favorite. Better yet, the design is not just a pretty piece of art but an homage to how the elixir is created. Modern design meets traditional liquor crafting on this label that’s simultaneously contemporary and traditional.
3. Sagrante– Licor de Jamaica by Parellel Studio
You have a Little Black Dress for any occasion. Parallel Studio has expertly created the equivalent on this elegant packaging. A sharp white label and delicious red tamper seal act as perfect accessories to this timeless classic.
4. Italicus Liquor by Stranger & Stranger
A little bit goes a long way with this beauty. Commanding power with a simple, powerful label design, Italicus is fit for a king. Toast your party to victory with this opulent, Roman design.
5. Hana Ichie Sake — Ana Popova
Does anything start a party quite like sake? We think not. Not only is this traditional Japanese delight a rallying cry for the party people, but it’s packaging is often as old-fashioned as its roots. Traidtional brush strokes and Japanese motifs dominate this niche market, but Ana Popova decided to go contemporary. Party starters always break the mold.
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