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Roughly Drawn Labels
Vins de Pedra Wine Packaging Expresses the Innate Art of the Beverage


By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Aug 9, 12
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The scratchy, sketchy and nearly primitive illustrative style of Vins de Pedra wine packaging doesn’t actually misrepresent the sophistication of the alcoholic beverage within. Interestingly, the rawness of the drawn labels might be more reminiscent of artistic masters’ doodles that are framed and hung on the walls of respectable galleries.

The designs of Senyor Estudi feature the creative work of Victor Pedra, including the images of birds and nude women. They look to have been copied from linocut prints and penned sketches that are each one-of-a-kind examples of art.

There is something about the very act of sketching that characterizes an imaginative and talented person. These traits thus suggest something about the quality of the drinks within Vins de Pedra wine packaging, as savory masterpieces for the mouth.



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