Mockingbird Lager

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Oct 21, 2008 • References: samwileydesign & thedieline
Samantha Wiley must have been inspired by the 1920s when she designed the ultra-stylish ‘Mockingbird’ beer bottles. The collection of four bottles are the most elegant and, dare I say, fashionable lager vessels I have ever seen. They are the kind of bottles you want to be seen drinking from and not pouring the brew into a glass.

Black and white lettering and images of gorgeous, pearl-clad women holding birds, legs, and female silhouettes adorn the bottles. Under the cap of each are fun little quotes like, "Birds of a feather rock together" and "it’s good to be a little bit crazy."

Also included here are some additional concept designs from the portfolio of the Brooklyn-based Wiley. They are all for beer labels such as Budweiser, Bud Light and Landshark. Stats for Flapper Girl Inspired Beer Bottles Trending: Older & Mild
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