October 15, 2020

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Bottles

Here at WDL we believe that typography is always a great source of inspiration… and we never get tired of finding good examples to show our readers. Today we gathered a few breathtaking beverage bottles to show you that a good combination of typography and colors can deliver an amazing result. All these examples are from Lovely Package, a super inspiring site for package lovers. Click at the images to check out more about each design.

Saxton

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages
Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Cornohora Balsam

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Diet Coke Limited Edition

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Muskoka Brewery

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Add Some

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Evian x House of Courrèges

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Lot 96

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Fizzy Lizzy

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

12 Signs Wine

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Agua de Cortes

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Off.

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Jonah and the Whale

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Silhouette

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Ponte Romana

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Caravan

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Garobel

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

One Tree Coffee Co.

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Jaspi Blanc

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Les Tropeziennes

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

Coca-Cola x Daft Punk

Inspiring Typography and Color Schemes from Beverage Packages

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Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

16 Comments

  1. Anna Green Reply

    Cornohora Balsam, Coka Cola and caravan are my favorites out of this collection. I love Coka Cola’s corporate identity it has hardly changed since it was created in 1886. Its a testament to good design and marketing.

  2. Tristar Web Design Reply

    I love the Saxon bottles, they are really unusual compared to the usual cider packaging style. Elegant and light, It’s usually dangerous to go against the norm but in this case, it works. I know some of these are mock ups but it’s a shame we only get to see such typography in upmarket supermarkets. We need to get some of these in Tesco!

  3. Caroline Reply

    As a designer and lover of type I have to say, “you have a typo.” The headline name above the Saxton Pear cider packaging is missing the “t.” Should read “Saxton” not “Saxon.”
    Nice examples of good design!

  4. Eve Reply

    i must admite i love the Evian,it inspires neatness,simplisity,calm environs n beauty at the same time,am also admiring the ones on top of it because of the feminine features they present n the colours just blend with each other harmonioursly

  5. Bop Design Reply

    All of these are beautiful examples of packaging and typography! It’s very refreshing to read/view a blog that draws inspiration from different media to improve web design practice, especially since typography is such an important part of the success of both of these mediums. Though I guess it’s hard not to appreciate good typography on amazingly designed packaging!

  6. elizabeth Reply

    Though this collection took awhile to catch up with me, and as a lover of design and typography, I believe there could be another “typo” for Garobol. When looking closely at the bottle, the letters are G O R O B E L, Not G A as in the headline. Still great to see brilliant minds at work! Elizabeth

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