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Old 07-12-2009, 11:03 PM   #1
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Default Görges Brewing Labels

*Updated to include example of the neck's label.*

I made a thread recently trying to showcase my labels but I wasn't able to post pictures, but it appears that my pictures will display now so I am going to try this again.

As you may notice in the pics, I haven't decided on a font yet, so if you have thoughts on that please don't be shy!







Neck Label:

For such a simple looking character, you would be surprised how long it took me to build that guy! Though simplistic looking, I thought these labels looked kind of fun.



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Old 07-12-2009, 11:17 PM   #2
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I really like those. Simple design, yet conveys the message very well.


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Old 07-12-2009, 11:25 PM   #3
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Nice job with the simple, yet bold designs.

...but doesn't Oktober have a t in it? Even pickier...I don't think the umlaut is correct over the o in Oktober.

Seriously, though, I like the labels. The font on the hefe label looks best, IMHO.
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...but doesn't Oktober have a t in it? Even pickier...I don't think the umlaut is correct over the o in Oktober.
I was going to say something, but I figured the umlaut was on purpose to match the "Görges". I totally missed that the t wasn't there, though.
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Nice job with the simple, yet bold designs.

...but doesn't Oktober have a t in it? Even pickier...I don't think the umlaut is correct over the o in Oktober.

Seriously, though, I like the labels. The font on the hefe label looks best, IMHO.
Haha, oppps, good call catching my spelling error. I had it spelled correct originally but I never noticed that I typed it wrong when I typed it out for the final design. I guess, after a while you just see it without actually looking at it. Thanks!

*Runs off to edit*

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Digging it, nice work
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I dig the simplicity and black and white profile. The introduction of different elements (wheat bundle, smoke, dual fistin') is brilliant for style allocation. The only thing that I'd do differently would be keeping the Gorges font the same throughout all labels. Continuity with a logo will keep it stuck in people's minds. Great job!
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I really like how you can add one simple element to the logo character (pipe, wheat, extra mug, etc...) to indicate the style of beer. Keep these coming. I would love to see how the concept evolves.
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I dig the simplicity and black and white profile. The introduction of different elements (wheat bundle, smoke, dual fistin') is brilliant for style allocation. The only thing that I'd do differently would be keeping the Gorges font the same throughout all labels. Continuity with a logo will keep it stuck in people's minds. Great job!
Thanks for the comments. I fully intend to keep the font the same for all the logos. However, right now I haven't decided on a font so that is why I posted a few different styles.


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