manmorlop got their new product label by running a design contest:
LABEL FOR NEW PREMIUM OLIVE OIL
Check out manmorlop's Product label contest…
"Martita" (affectionate diminutive for the feminine name Martha)
(1) Inmadura (Spanish for inmature; can play with this for the design) (2) Ruborizada (Spanish for blushing; can play with this for the design)
Description of the product
Premium extra virgin olive oil from two villages in Cordoba, a city in Andalusia (Spain), from rain-fed centenary olive trees. Our brand is going to allude to the diminutive of a girls name, we think the design should be playful, whilst sober and elegant.
Description of the product target audience
Individual users of premium olive oil, mostly from Spain, as well as small restaurants.
We're producing two olive oils: - One called "Inmadura", from the Hojiblanca (Spanish for white leaf) olive variety, coming from Montilla (Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain) and collected before olive maturity (thus the name -immature-) - The other called "Ruborizada", from the Picual (Spanish for pointy / spiky) olive variety, coming from Espejo (Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain) and collected when the olive is colouring / ripening (thus the name -blushing-) We think same designs, just some change to the colouring and some allusion to (1) Immaturity and (2) Blushing. - We are doing a sticky label, we're not able to digital print the bottle. The label can have a coloured background or be transparent - We want it to be sort of sleek, and not appear to be crowded, but rather spacious: on top "Martita" with some logo-like drawing, "Inmadura" / "Ruborizada" in the middle / bottom half with some abstract drawing; the characteristics (EVOO, Cordoba, etc.) in a clean typo , probably in the bottom - We think that it would look good to have the typo of either "Martita" or "Inmadura" be sort of playful, whilst the other be cleaner, but whatever fits correctly - We also think something that would look good on either the Martita logo or somewhere else in the bottle is something resembling a lil' girl (like the silhouette of a lil' girl playing with a ring or something like that) - We don't want to use too many colours or too intense - We want to stay away from olives or olive trees We think a good start is to check some premium olive oil labels and work around that idea (again, not using the olive, olive tree, etc. as an image, as it is a bit too common). The olives in the orchard are over 200 years old, and rain-fed, can mention this in the label if you consider. Some of the oil is going to be sold unfiltered (Sin filtrar/En rama) and some filtered. Please, feel free to ask any additional info you might need! We haven't decided on the bottle yet, it depends on the label design and how it fits best onto the bottle, whichever you think would look best with your label: Http://www.perezcampos.es/es/novedades/10908-colio-500-oscura-dop-irrellenable.html https://www.perezcampos.es/es/novedades/11202-botellas-de-aceite-primula-500-dop.html https://www.perezcampos.es/es/novedades/12948-botellas-de-aceite-corintia-500-anello-guala.html https://www.juvasa.com/es/81/botellas-de-cristal-para-aceites-y-vinagres/589/bell-500-va-boca-guala-dop-irrellenable https://www.juvasa.com/es/81/botellas-de-cristal-para-aceites-y-vinagres/378/fiorentina-500--boca-guala-dop-irrellenable https://www.juvasa.com/es/81/botellas-de-cristal-para-aceites-y-vinagres/584/dorica-500--boca-guala-dop-irrellenable/--/gbo:3 https://www.perezcampos.es/es/envases-para-aceite-y-vinagre/12940-envases-de-aceite-flacone-500-dop-oscura.html https://www.perezcampos.es/es/novedades/11014-botellas-de-aceite-petaca-500-dop-irrellenable-oscura.html http://www.gamavetro.com/desc_producto.php?tipo=1&id=81 http://www.gamavetro.com/desc_producto.php?tipo=1&id=452 http://www.gamavetro.com/desc_producto.php?tipo=1&id=453
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their product label.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
manmorlop collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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