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Bozal Mezcal Spirits Packaging by Swig Studio | Fivestar Branding Agency – Design and Branding Agency & Curated Inspiration Gallery
from Logo Designer Bradenton, Web Design Sarasota, Tampa Fivestar Branding Agency

Bozal Mezcal Spirits Packaging by Swig Studio

Bozal Mezcal Spirits Packaging by Swig Studio | Fivestar Branding Agency – Design and Branding Agency & Curated Inspiration Gallery

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Mezcal Local Spirits Branding and Packaging by The Branding People | Fivestar Branding Agency – Design and Branding Agency & Curated Inspiration Gallery
from Logo Designer Bradenton, Web Design Sarasota, Tampa Fivestar Branding Agency

Mezcal Local Spirits Branding and Packaging by The Branding People

Mezcal Local Spirits Branding and Packaging by The Branding People | Fivestar Branding Agency – Design and Branding Agency & Curated Inspiration Gallery

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from From up North

Inspiration Roundup: Great Packaging Designs

Bozal Mezcal by Swig

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Syrona Packaging by TORO PINTO | Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency…
from Logo Designer Bradenton, Web Design Sarasota, Tampa Fivestar Branding Agency

Syrona Packaging by TORO PINTO

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from Esquire

20 Bottles to Buy the Boss, Regardless of Inclination

Made in Oaxaca, this mezcal is made from espadin agave plants and roasted with mesquite for a full week in a fire pit before being crushed (by a burro!) and pressed for the juice. The fermented mas…

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#16: Perro Malo, translated from Spanish is Bad Dog. This solution has a modern twist to a very dated element, the seal. Seals were used to authenticate a certain object signifying the approval of the king. The stationary isn't the most innovative solution but the layout of the stationary is very well done. I think the decision of picking a Doberman as the logo is great because that is a bad--- dog. Dobermans are often projected with wealthy, powerful owners.

#16: Perro Malo, translated from Spanish is Bad Dog. This solution has a modern twist to a very dated element, the seal. Seals were used to authenticate a certain object signifying the approval of the king. The stationary isn't the most innovative solution but the layout of the stationary is very well done. I think the decision of picking a Doberman as the logo is great because that is a bad--- dog. Dobermans are often projected with wealthy, powerful owners.

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