Upside down bottle design

bottle design

A truly unique label or packaging design goes a long way toward having potential consumers purchase your product over a competitors. These beer and champagne label designs for hot air balloon company Reve, by Laura Berglund certainly do the job.

Laura examples the concept:

I discovered during my research of hot air balloons that the first balloon to take flight landed in an angry farmer’s field, who came running out of his house with a pitchfork ready to attack the intruders. The flyers appeased him with the champagne they brought along, and ever since, it has become a tradition to drink champagne after every balloon excursion.

Thus, I created a line of food packaging, including champagne of course, which was designed upside down to reference the shape of the hot air balloon.

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What do you think?

While the whole line of packaging is obviously good, the champagne and beer labels are particularly great.

4 thoughts on “Upside down bottle design”

  1. Kriszha,
    No problem, a good design is always worth sharing.

    I’m just glad someone knew what I was talking about, ha.

  2. Andrew,
    Everything’s upside down these days

    You may recall the closing credits of Mr. Squiggle also had balloons.

    On a more serious matter, I love the bottle designs even though I don’t drink beer or anything alcoholic.

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