Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Black Magic

Updated on December 26th, 2009  |  
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Designed by Mash | Country: Australia

The top of the pops produce for Small Gully, by wine maker Stephen Black.  This limited edition wine represents the best of the Small Gully range and a wine personally developed by the mysterious Mr. Black. The concept was to produce a simple hand written, almost home made package, as if the wine maker had scratched the details of the wine into the bottle himself. A beautiful imported glass bottle was chosen that Mash then had laser etched. The words actually cut into the surface of the glass giving a great tactile and very raw feel. Something that screen printing could not achieve. The result was a cross between contemporary luxury and personalised roughness.”

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Black Magic

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black1

Designed by Mash | Country: Australia

The top of the pops produce for Small Gully, by wine maker Stephen Black.  This limited edition wine represents the best of the Small Gully range and a wine personally developed by the mysterious Mr. Black. The concept was to produce a simple hand written, almost home made package, as if the wine maker had scratched the details of the wine into the bottle himself. A beautiful imported glass bottle was chosen that Mash then had laser etched. The words actually cut into the surface of the glass giving a great tactile and very raw feel. Something that screen printing could not achieve. The result was a cross between contemporary luxury and personalised roughness.”

black2

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