Top left: Curious D’s Saint Tropez label (via); top, center: Andreu Zaragoza’ s “Coma” label (via); top, right: Nordic Water’s Foss Water; 2nd row, left: Hunt Adkin’s NutriSoda redesign (via); on right: an earlier version of Dry Soda’s labling; 3rd row: Hansen’s Natural Sparkling Water (via); bottom row: ELO Design’s “Vines Wine” (via)
For carbonated or “sparkling” beverages, it’s often the bubbles that are featured on the label. Usually these bubbles are represented by solid or outlined circles. Two exceptions:
1. Hanson’s sparkling water uses astroids rather than circles. This shape is more often associated with bling-type sparkles, but, here, seems to represent sparkling bubbles at the moment of popping. And by “popping” I mean: emerging from beverage and releasing its gas.
2. The Saint Tropez bottle in the upper left uses foil blocked square bubbles to create a dissipating typography.
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