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6 O’Clock Gin Branding by Green Chameleon

Published Mar 14, 2017

Elegant branding and packaging for 6 O’Clock Gin by UK-based creative agency Green Chameleon. From their website:

“Bramley & Gage approached us midway through 2015 with the exciting brief of redesigning their locally-made, artisan 6 O’Clock Gin.

The original bottle and label was created on a shoestring budget and was in need of a new look. Since its creation, 6 O’Clock Gin has won an array of prestigious awards and is recognised as a leader in its category. However, it was time to rethink the look of 6 O’Clock, aiming to better convey its renowned silky smooth taste and high quality reputation, whilst retaining some of the key recognisable visuals that have helped to establish its existing fan base.”

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