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nendo Created a Glass Bottles Imitating Natural Water Effects for i-lohas

 - Jul 6, 2018
References: nendo.jp & designboom
Japanese design studio nendo created a unique glass bottle adorned with rippling visuals for Coca-Cola mineral water Japanese label i-lohas. i-lohas uses premium water sources found in Japan and the glasses imitate the movement of fresh natural spring water. The design blends practical elements with a minimal style, as its surface prevents slippage. The glasses are printed in white ink and vertically arranged -- this technique was chosen with the impact of the environment in mind as it causes less damage than multi-tonal printing.

When the glass is set on a table surface, it stands out visually with its vibrant green cap and unique structural form. In attempts to draw in more attention from consumers, the glass, bottle and coaster wear the same rippling design.

Image Credit: Akihiro YoshidaPhoto Credits: designboom, nendo.jp