Source One Vodka (Spirits and Alcohol) by AETHER NY LLC
2019 - 2020, Platinum A' Packaging Design Award Winner
Inspired by the stunning and intricate greenhouse architectural elements. The glass structure consists of offset panels that create an endless spiraling illusion when turned.
Structure, branding, and packaging design for Source One Vodka. It is a single-estate vodka distilled from locally grown oats and water from the Sierra snowmelt.
Design Challenges
One of the biggest challenges is to have the glass bottle spiral seamlessly to create an endless illusion when turned. The design team meticulously calculated the width of each panel to accommodate the bottle circumference and moved them incrementally around. The design team also had to ensure the panels will be parallel to the glass mold, making sure the design integrity is not being affected when the glass is being pulled out of a 2-part mold.
Production Technology
The glass bottle is sourced by Pavisa in Mexico. The labels were printed on Fasson Classic Crest cotton paper, with combination of debossing, embossing, and foil stamping. The cap is a wooden closure with Birch Wood and natural cork.
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