Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design

Updated on October 28th, 2022  |  
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Designed by: Studio Boam | Country: France

King Cobra, snake charmers, rope magic, and dense jungles are some images that pop up in a European’s mind when they think of India. Amrut, an Indian-origin whiskey, uses similar images on its packaging label to attract customers.

“A journey between myth and tradition

Amrut, is a whiskey of Indian origin, but with a bottle originating from the more European-inspired codes of the existing spirits in the range.

With this limited series, Studio Boam is reconciling codes drawn from both the culture and the imagination of the Asian continent.”

Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design

The packaging

Amrut partnered with Studio Boam, an award-winning Paris-based branding agency, to create packaging designs that would highlight the spirit’s Indian origins. The focal point of the packaging design is a King Cobra sitting majestically at the center of the label. The dreamlike decors that surround the hooded serpent evoke mystical feelings associated with India.

“The Studio’s approach was to work on a simple label, in keeping with the geometry of the decanter but to make it rich in cultural and graphic evocations.

We conceived of a label subdivided into several sections with many small decorative and narrative elements that subtly evoke myth-filled dreamlike decors.

Around a central window occupied by an Indian cobra, four ‘scenes’ are revealed with the common element being illustrations of animals and their associated deities. They interact with each other to form a composition teeming with detail, both light in its treatment and stylish in the design of its patterns.

Just a touch of silver hot stamping underlines and intensifies the duotone blue and red colors of the whole. A subtle frame that picks up on traditional Indian motifs, on the paper and in color, immersing us further within the world and the culture of India while retaining a certain restraint in its expression.

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Designed by: Studio Boam | Country: France

King Cobra, snake charmers, rope magic, and dense jungles are some images that pop up in a European’s mind when they think of India. Amrut, an Indian-origin whiskey, uses similar images on its packaging label to attract customers.

“A journey between myth and tradition

Amrut, is a whiskey of Indian origin, but with a bottle originating from the more European-inspired codes of the existing spirits in the range.

With this limited series, Studio Boam is reconciling codes drawn from both the culture and the imagination of the Asian continent.”

Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design
Amrut Whiskey Packaging Design

The packaging

Amrut partnered with Studio Boam, an award-winning Paris-based branding agency, to create packaging designs that would highlight the spirit’s Indian origins. The focal point of the packaging design is a King Cobra sitting majestically at the center of the label. The dreamlike decors that surround the hooded serpent evoke mystical feelings associated with India.

“The Studio’s approach was to work on a simple label, in keeping with the geometry of the decanter but to make it rich in cultural and graphic evocations.

We conceived of a label subdivided into several sections with many small decorative and narrative elements that subtly evoke myth-filled dreamlike decors.

Around a central window occupied by an Indian cobra, four ‘scenes’ are revealed with the common element being illustrations of animals and their associated deities. They interact with each other to form a composition teeming with detail, both light in its treatment and stylish in the design of its patterns.

Just a touch of silver hot stamping underlines and intensifies the duotone blue and red colors of the whole. A subtle frame that picks up on traditional Indian motifs, on the paper and in color, immersing us further within the world and the culture of India while retaining a certain restraint in its expression.

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