Marvis licorice toothpaste
King Blue Condos by Munge Leung
Vargold illustration by I Love Dust
MR BLACK coffee liqueur
"Sydney artist Dale Bigeni created an original artwork for the bottle that is screen printed on the back face, revealing only as the liquid is drunk. This allows us to have quite a bold and minimal design on shelf, but has some interest and playfulness once taken home. At the end of the day, we just wanted MR BLACK to look as good as it tastes.”
Proactive packaging concept
Cuban Gasoline (concept)
From the label: During the Prohibition of the 1920’s, Americans still looking for a good time were flocking to the island of Cuba. The speakeasies from Miami to Chicago were soon clamouring for the taste of Cuba - Bacardi Rum.
Throughout this period, oil cans were often used to disguise and transport illegal liquor across the States, and so imported Bacardi was served in underground bars all over America from cans and tins of many shapes and sizes.
The speakeasy slang for Bacardi soon became “Cuban Gasoline”…
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