Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Core Cider

Updated on June 1st, 2009  |  
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corecider

Designed by brainCELLS | Country: Australia | Fonts: Avenir, FF DIN, Mr Dafoe

“Core Cider is the latest product from the High Vale orchard in the foothills surround Perth, Western Australia. Core Cider contains no artificial colours or flavours and is made from organic apples grown on the High Vale farm.

The pure nature of the product lent itself to a clean, simple and sophisticated label design that would showcase the product. With this look in mind, a transparent ‘clear on clear ‘label stock was chosen and printed with 5 spot inks and a white silk-screen.

Core Cider will  be available from  all good bottle shops and available from the High Vale cellar door from  mid-2009.”

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corecider

corecider

Designed by brainCELLS | Country: Australia | Fonts: Avenir, FF DIN, Mr Dafoe

“Core Cider is the latest product from the High Vale orchard in the foothills surround Perth, Western Australia. Core Cider contains no artificial colours or flavours and is made from organic apples grown on the High Vale farm.

The pure nature of the product lent itself to a clean, simple and sophisticated label design that would showcase the product. With this look in mind, a transparent ‘clear on clear ‘label stock was chosen and printed with 5 spot inks and a white silk-screen.

Core Cider will  be available from  all good bottle shops and available from the High Vale cellar door from  mid-2009.”

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