After a hard-fought victory overseas, the ship of Ormen embarks on the journey back home, With less than a day’s travel left, the ship hits a storm that threatens the well-being of the crew and ship alike. Will they sink with their plunders of war or will they make it home?
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Going Overboard With Packaging
A local brewer in Charlotte, NC, created an oyster-infused beer for an AIGA design and brewing contest. The aim was to create a unique brand that pairs well with the artisan beer and stands out on shelves. The packaging design embodies the traditional Norway style with a modern twist, inspired by the Ship of Ormen, the largest ship during the Viking era. The packaging features a high-contrast color palette of deep green, black, and gold, with intricate line-work and patterns to accentuate the nautical theme. The textured shading curate a style that had the flexibility to be printed on stickers, labels, and t-shirts to be out on display.
This glass bottle is adorned with a beautiful gold flourished label and matching top design. The gold foil accents against the matte finish bring out the details of the design, giving the bottle a sophisticated and polished appearance. The bottle carrier features a ship at the top and a wave pattern at the bottom, reminiscent of the Ormen in a perilous battle against the forces of nature.
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The premier event for beer and design was a success, with dozens of people lining up to try the new beer and walking away with matching stickers to remember the occasion. Participants had the opportunity to try new flavors of beer and expand their palate while enjoying the company of the beer and design community.
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