Design for a 2006 special edition for the australian wine producer Pirie Tasmania by norwegian Students Magnus Henriksen and Amandus Bjerk. The typography was inspired by the organic environment (mountains, forests and rivers) surrounding the vineyards on the Australian island Tasmania. Discovered on lovelypackage.com.
New design for Galåvolden Gård, a farm in the beautiful mountain town of Røros (near Trondheim/Norway). Galåvolden Gård produces exciting and surprising variations on traditional recipes using self produced and other local ingredients. Design by Form till Fjells (Røros). Found on lovelypackage.com.
The german-french public TV network ARTE (Association Relative à la Télévision Européenne) was founded in 1992. ARTE describes itself as a European culture channel and aims to promote quality programming in areas of culture and arts.
At the end of February 2011 ARTE released its new On Air Design, Off Air Design and Online platform. Ulli Krieg was responsible for the new concept. The design was developed by several European Designers: Joost Korngold, Joe Vanhoutteghem, the Idents were created by Belgian Director Joe Vanhoutteghem (CZAR). The 3D sculpture was created by Swiss Designer Benjamin Cuénod (Scripted Reality). Tom Ising and Béla Stetzer (both ARTE design team, Germany) were responsible for the Off Air Design, Axel Schildt (OKAPI) implemented the online platform arte.tv, German photographer Detlev Overmann shot the Idents documentation and Catherine Lagarde (Novaprod) and the french Composer Laurent Parisi (both Paris) have created the Audiodesign.
The new design uses the HFJ Gotham, which was created by Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones and also used by the recent On Air Redesign in 2011 for the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation ORF.
A series of seven wines inspired by the Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath, Greed, Lust, Envy, Pride, Gluttony, Laziness. The design of the bottles reflect each one of the sins visually. Created by Sidecar, Spain. Found on lovelypackage.com.
One beer, 10 different bottle designs by 10 different designers. The design would be changed annually. The design could be put on beer glasses as well. The design is limited to black graphics on a 33cl glass bottle. The result from collaboration between three graphic design students at the Iceland Academy of the Arts, Reykjavík: Thorleifur Gunnar Gíslason, Hlynur Ingólfsson and Geir Ólafsson. Found on thedieline.com.