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Student Work – Kjetil Olstad

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Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

Designed by Kjetil Olstad | Country: Australia

“This is an absinthe bottle I designed for a alcohol packaging assignment. I took inspiration for the name “baïonnette” and design of the bottle from the earliest big consumers of absinthe; the french soldiers in the Algerian war. They used this spirit as a way to get courage, as well as for therapeutic purposes to treat the soldiers and colonists against typhoid and malaria. I like the cold, clean, brutal and sharp look of a bayonet, and think it suits such a strong spirit such as absinthe.”

Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

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Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

Designed by Kjetil Olstad | Country: Australia

“This is an absinthe bottle I designed for a alcohol packaging assignment. I took inspiration for the name “baïonnette” and design of the bottle from the earliest big consumers of absinthe; the french soldiers in the Algerian war. They used this spirit as a way to get courage, as well as for therapeutic purposes to treat the soldiers and colonists against typhoid and malaria. I like the cold, clean, brutal and sharp look of a bayonet, and think it suits such a strong spirit such as absinthe.”

Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

Student Work - Kjetil Olstad

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