UDOL beer packaging by Christian Úbeda

August 15th, 2017 by retail design blog

UDOL (‘howl’, in Catalan) is a Belgian Dark Ale beer crafted in Betxí (Castelló, Valencian Country). In the conceptual stage, New Wave—or also Swiss Punk Typogaphy—and designers as Wolfgang Weingart were taken as main inspiration in order to create a sober yet strong brand concept and identity.

Meaning to approach a young, culture-focused target, the company’s identity, labels and other elements were designed on the basis of a sober yet powerful layout, as opposed of most current breweries, which goes for a more minimal and simple approach.

Design: Christian Úbeda

http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2017/08/udol-student-project.html

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