The Odd Five Lazy Acres Wine Label Features Marine Life

By: Susan Keefe - Published: Jan 23, 2012 • References: whatalicedid & thedieline
Five Lazy Acres Wine enlisted the help of the talented designer Alice Shaw to create a clever persona for the brand's premium wine. The result is a graphic that in spite of its bizarre subject matter it is oddly compelling and beautiful. Wanting to connect the rich red elixir house in the bottle to its origins, the label pays homage to the land on which the wine's grapes were grown.

Five Lazy Acres Wine grows its grapes on land that is rich with fish and shellfish fossils. This unique origin story is romanticized on the wine label in an offbeat manner. The label features a pair of silver-scaled fish being doused in wine and garnished with grapes. This strange label is sure to raise more than its fair share of eyebrows, but knowing the back story makes the image seem all that much more clever and beautiful.

Poignant, intriguing and beautifully textured, the Five Lazy Acres Wine label is odd but dazzling. Stats for Fishy Vino Branding Trending: Older & Mild
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