Think of your cardboard box as a label, but on a different medium. Why? Because they have to go together images, typography, color palette and personality. You need to stay consistent across all of your designs for your branding efforts to be effective. This way, everyone will be able to immediately recognize your beers, packaged or not. Also, otherwise, consumers would have a negative and unprofessional image of your business. Find the right graphic designer — There are three ways to get labels made for your beer bottles you make them yourself, hire a freelance graphic designer, or run a design contest.
Companies with the most resources will also photo retouching service be able to use a communication agency, but this option will probably be too expensive for small brewers. If you can be tempted to make your own labels, the task is often more complex than what you imagine (can you imagine refusing a lawyer to defend yourself in court?). Unless it's your job, hire a professional, either freelance or through a competition. Talisman beer labels Talisman had the labels for its Bel's Fury beer made in a competition. They then worked with the winner, MANTSA®, to have the other elements made. Most brewers who have their labels made on 99designs begin by running a contest because it gives them the opportunity to receive several designs to choose from.
It is on this occasion that they meet graphic designers with whom they establish links and often end up working with one of them on their other projects (logo, website, etc.). Materials and manufacturing — clear beer label A clean label can give you a unique style. Produced by MartinJK. _ _ _ Once you have all the designs you wanted, it's time to think about printing. Most bottle labels are printed on coated paper that resists condensation. However, some breweries prefer to opt for a matte paper for aesthetic reasons. You can then hire a local printer or go through sites like Sticker Mule to have your labels made. If you have chosen a classic rectangle or oval type shape, you should have no problem. If, on the other hand, you have chosen a specific shape, made to measure, the price (and probably the manufacturing time) will be more important.
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