On the surface, it looks like nuclear warhead or part of an exotic anti-matter weapon, but it cheats your eyes, it’s actually a bottle of wine! The wine, dubbed 2004 Block 42, is made by Australian Penfolds. Each bottle contains 750 milliliters of wine and is sold at $168,000, the priciest wine in the world.
I’m definitely impressed with Scott Gundersen‘s portrait of “Grace.” The video within post really gives depth to the making of it.
The Spanish design agency Sidecar Publicidad has released a series of wine label designs for each of the seven deadly sins. Envy, Lust, Gluttony and the rest are all here, represented in visually striking forms. That bright, shiny gold bottle inspires envy, and the red, lingerie-laced bottle is as lusty as it gets. We know a thing or two about wine label designs, having featured some pretty popular articles on the design of wine in the past. These label designs by Sidecar are some of the best we’ve seen, a collection where each label tells a story and the bottles come together to communicate a message. They’re inspiring envy, lust and gluttony from us, at least… Sinful work, Sidecar!