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Rosé Label – a Work of Modern Art?

3.jpgMarios Karystios teamed up with painter and winery owner Alexandra Manousakis in order to create this inspiring rosé label that serves as a work of art.



Allegro Gets Musical

Antonia Skaraki A.S. delivers a clever rendition of a music note with the history of Italy and a wine strain in either red or yellow based on the type of wine. 

“A variety of visual elements make up the musical note. The circle of note is formed by the footprint that leaves a glass of wine. An ancient Greek figure that plays a stringed musical instrument, a Venetian pillar and banners perfect the note. The Zakynthian culture with the Italian in a musical symbol.” Allegro_03.jpg

Red Earth Cosmetics


Toronto-based Concrete was responsible for the dynamic redesign for Red Earth, a cosmetics brand inspired by the free spirit of Australia.

The entire line was reinvented. The approach established a foundational palette of visual elements that could be used to create an array of dynamic package designs – all different, yet all tied together with a common attitude and visual vocabulary.


Eco-Friendly Men’s Grooming Line

All-natural, organic, eco-friendly and sustainable are terms that are frequently thrown around on products you’d find in the personal care section of any store. And yet, a majority of those products are still packaged in plastic and oftentimes include the kind of super-secret ingredients grown in an evil scientist’s laboratory.

And that’s why Wise’s line of men’s grooming products stand head and shoulders above the rest.


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Hollywood park by Lmnop

Well, a little bit… The name of the wine comes from the original Hollywood Park stadium, once a horse racing track and social gathering spot for Hollywood’s most glamorous actors. Keeping in the limelight, Hollywood Park is set to be completely renovated into a state-of-the-art football stadium housing the L.A. Rams. And the perfect addition to any football game is quite obviously a cold can of wine in your koozie…

The can’s design reflects a vintage Hollywood Glamour feeling, without being overly literal. Here we rely strictly on typography to convey a sense of nostalgic glam. The oversized letters also hint at the iconic Hollywood sign and the black and white palette references the olden days of grayscale film. Overall the minimalist aesthetic helps elevate the brand’s look and feel, which was important since it is in a can after all.

Rice Brand Inspired By Floor Tiles

Milanese artisan rice brand RISO D’UOMO has revealed a new visual identity by Here Design. Cultivated from pure Carnaroli rice grown within sight of the historic Duomo di Milano, RISO D’UOMO’s refreshed design takes direct inspiration from the product’s place of origin, reflecting the ornate marble floor tiles of this impressive cathedral.

Using rich tones of navy blue and terracotta which are derived from the striking colour of the marble floors of the Duomo, the new brand identity adopts a timeless quality and strong design aesthetic, standing out on the shelf.Riso_Duomo_Here_-_Group_Shot_1.jpgRiso_Duomo_Here_-_Group_Shot_3.jpgRiso_Duomo_Here_-_Detail_2.jpg