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Creating a collection of wine label designs for Openbook Howden Print & Design was an exciting and inspiring project. They sought six distinct styles, each featuring different die cuts and printing techniques. Through careful exploration and experimentation, I developed a series of designs that encapsulate the essence of the wines they represent while showcasing the versatility and creativity of Openbook Howden's printing capabilities.


Wine label design, Print






Each of these six wine label designs represents a unique journey, a fusion of creativity, and the utilization of Openbook Howden Print & Design's exceptional printing capabilities. The collaboration resulted in a collection that captures the essence of the wines themselves, while standing as works of art in their own right.



The wine label design called "Protea" draws inspiration from the beauty of the Protea flower, with its die-cut shape mimicking the delicate petals of this remarkable bloom. The label features a captivating watercolor style illustration, carefully accented with a glossy UV coat that enhances the vibrancy and depth of the artwork. This combination of a unique die-cut and the interplay between matte and glossy finishes creates a visually stunning and engaging label that captivates wine enthusiasts and evokes a sense of elegance and allure.


The Hill

The beige background sets a refined tone, while the use of gold foil printing technique adds a touch of opulence and sophistication, reflecting the wine's exceptional quality.

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