The iconic Campbell’s Soup Co. labels have seen their first redesign in five decades thanks to a collaboration between Campbell’s and designers Turner Duckworth. To recognitze the milestone, the company is selling its first ever non-fungible token (NFT) of the label to benefit Feeding America.
Public Address has completed a project with California winemaker Randall Grahm’s new wine brand, The Language of Yes, a series of small batch experiments.
Turner Duckworth has crafted a new visual identity system for Maker’s Mark bourbon that builds off the famous red wax dip that tops the bottle.
Zaddy’s, a new ready-to-drink canned cocktail company, is introducing three new drinks, with the health conscious drinker in mind. Illustrator Lea Carey designed the labels, which evoke Northern California scenes and are easily removable for proper recycling.
O Street helps Denver Distillery reflect the value of handcrafting in their brand with a new logo, typeface, illustrations and a teardrop logo.
Ferrante Wine partners with The Creative Pack to design a new look for two premium wine varietals, inspired by their Italian heritage.