The Malo Cider Packaging by Adrienn Nagy Has a Nautical Feel

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 3, 2014 • References: & packageinspiration
The name Malo Cider is originally inspired by a port city in France, so when Adrienn Nagy had the opportunity to re-brand this product, he turned to the beach for ideas. Sailor uniforms and life buoys are prominent in his re-imagining of the packaging, but everything is done in a subtle manner.

The back of the bottle shows straight blue lines running across horizontally, similar to the clothes worn by sailors. At the front, the general outline of a red buoy is seen in the central part of the bottle. All of these details are placed on a white background to make the red and blue pop out even more. For Malo Cider, this re-invention of the brand immediately brings to mind the beach and the relaxation that comes with it. Stats for Beach-Inspired Branding Trending: Older & Mild
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