Vylyan Bogyólé Wine

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Derrick Lin


Design: Zsolt Liber
Project Type: Student Project
School: Hungarian University of Fine Arts
Course: Graphic Design
Tutor: Andrea Szabó
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Packaging Contents: Wine
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass bottle, vinyl
Printing Process: Screen printing

Vylyan Bogyólé is a unique Hungarian portugeiser from Villány.

Its production method is based on the French Beaujolais Nouveau’s tradition: the wine is born within the grapes. The result is a fruitful, tasty, youthful wine, which gets a new label design every year by art students all around Hungary.

My entry for the annual competition got a minimal although playful composition, which represents the rich flavor with its colors and the groovy festive feeling with the liquid-like lines. Overall the bottle retains its elegance which is indispensable for this traditional wine.

What’s Unique?
White screen print on transparent vinyl, additional digital animations to showcase the design concept