Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Brujeria

Updated on April 30th, 2010  |  
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Brujeria

Designed by Mash | Country: Australia

“This is Brujeria (the Spanish word for  witchcraft) from Misfits Wine Co. A Soul Retrieval Nostrum. Ancient arts and dark fruits forged through toil to respond to clichéd and lifeless marketing department wines. Formed whole in light and dark to strike fear into drones and hex the elitist wine types.

Inspiration draws from Latin witchcraft posters. This release from Misfits Wine Co has been created to stand out and tie into their ethos; the rejection of the conventional. For our client testimonial; one of the Misfits owners had the branding tattooed (where we don’t know). Timeless!”

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brujeria

Brujeria

Designed by Mash | Country: Australia

“This is Brujeria (the Spanish word for  witchcraft) from Misfits Wine Co. A Soul Retrieval Nostrum. Ancient arts and dark fruits forged through toil to respond to clichéd and lifeless marketing department wines. Formed whole in light and dark to strike fear into drones and hex the elitist wine types.

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