Landevenneg

Studio Boam

Experimental creative studio specializing in the drinks, wines and spirits sector.

A mystical regional history

Landevenneg is a small village in Finistère, Brittany. It is famous for its Benedictine abbey and its religious history. Landevenneg is considered central to Brittany, a cardinal point in the identity of the region.

Brittany is known for its rich and diverse culture, and especially its alcoholic beverages. Breton liqueurs are often made from local ingredients, such as herbs, fruits and plants.

These liqueurs are often valued for their traditional medicinal properties and unique flavors. Fruits abound in the region, and many liqueurs are made from locally sourced raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, etc. These liqueurs are often used in Breton cooking and baking to add a touch of fruitiness.

Landevenneg liquors were inspired from Breton Celtic mythology. Even before the Christian era, the region was a place of worship and spirituality for Celtic peoples. The patterns used on the labels evoke traditional Breton iconography. The logo plays a central place in the overall composition, with Celtic and Breton codes combined with the Landevenneg cauldron and the Red Lion.

The Red Lion is a classic symbol of Breton culture and refers to Saint Winwaloe. The cauldron is a central symbol of Breton and Celtic mythology, and the Landevenneg cauldron is the proprietary symbol of the craft of the Fisselier liquor maker.

On the lower section, the hand crafted illustrations highlight the traditional and artisanal side of the Landevenneg brand.

 

Studio Boam

Experimental creative studio specializing in the drinks, wines and spirits sector.
Client:
Fisselier