Whisky bottle design insanity

There’s a great blog post about packaging design and antique bottles, inspired by this monstrosity from Highland Park.

After seeing the packaging design for Highland Park 50 year old it made me think back to the days that I don't¬†actually¬†have any memories of; the days when there wasn't a bunch of goofy stuff on a whiskey bottle and all you had was good clean glass color and simple type. Lucky for us there are sites like Antique Bottles so we can all have look back and find a little color inspiration. We’re also checking in with current popular brands and their label colors and designs. Drink up, cheers!

(Via Color + Design Blog by COLOURlovers.)

3 comments

  1. Dang, I thought I was going to read they finally tore down that place. No good comes out of it, ever. Sounds to me like the owner or bartender or whoever is just a cry-baby about the fact that people would rather frequent establishments where they don’t need tetanus shots to enter.

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