PISCO PORTON (Peruvian Brandy)
PAPAS PILAR RUM
OPRAH HOUSE BOTTLE
DREADED RUM BOTTLE
For this design we worked very closely with Pisco Porton's consultants, Brand Action Team, and Hughes Design Group, to take their renderings and drawings to create a fully engineered 3D model. Then we did multiple sample versions of this bottle until they settled on the perfect design. We were also able to engineer a beautiful top to compliment the bottle to create "A Work of Art" This brand is now sold all over the world in this world class bottle.
This is truly an inspired design. Crispin Porter + Bogusky brought us this wonderful design taken from a WWII canteen bottle. They also wanted an aluminum top to compliment the bottle to give it an authentic look and feel of the canteen. We worked closely with their design team and made multiple prototypes until their customer was completely satisfied with this exciting new design. This is currently sold here in the USA. And as you see they were really thinking outside the box on this one, and we were able to make it a reality.
SHOT GLASS BOTTLE
This is a design done by one of our own people after watching his nephews and nieces do Shots of Tequila at a family get together, and he wondered would their be a market for a bottle with a cork, that was also a shot glass. We once again started with 3D renderings based on the bottle being and upside down shot glass and the top or cork being a right side up shot glass. Perfect for any shot type of product.
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Once again we work closely with the customers marketing agency in Australia, as they had already done sketches and renderings, but they needed the engineering done to see if the renderings were even possible. As you see by the finished bottle on the right this is truly a beautifully designed bottle that would make anyone proud to own and show off to their friends. As we tell our clients, if the retail customer takes a bottle off the shelf to just look at it then you are already half way to his shopping cart
For this design the customer had a graphic artist create this simple sketch of a Rastafarian, but as you see by the complexity of the design this would not be a simple 3D engineering task. So after running by the various ways to do this with the customer, we suggested that he hire an artist to take his sketch and do a clay molded miniature of the Rastafarian head, which we could then laser scan into our program, and then scale it up from the miniature, to a workable 750ml bottle. As you see the final design will stand out on the shelves and everyone will want to own one or give as a gift. This really is a word class design.
As you can see by this new design, nothing is out of the realm for a new bottle idea. This customer came to us with some rough sketches based on the Freedom Tower. We took those sketches and started the 3D Engineering until we got the exact look and feel he was trying to get to. This was certainly not an easy one to do because as you can see there are multiple facets on the main four sides of the bottle. But as you see by the finished bottle no one will have a problem of discerning what the owners intentions were, and this will surely become a collectors bottle
(Inspired by the Freedom Tower)
This design started with some basic sketches, which we in turn engineered into a 3D model, so they could make adjustments for each area of the body, to get the exact look and feel they wanted. We recently brought this bottle to a trade show and we were amazed how people gravitated to this bottle while there were several other wonderful designs on the same shelf. So we are all hoping this translates into a lot of sales for this customer. As you can see it is a very unique Tequila bottle.