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Amazing Creepy Bottles Inspired By H. P. Lovecraft’s Worlds

Amazing Creepy Bottles Inspired By H. P. Lovecraft's Worlds

Andrea Falaschi, the artist who made these creepy Lovecraftian bottles comes from Italy and as he states in his short bio he was born in ’86, during the months of the Chernobyl radiation accident – that changed forever his genes, turning him into a monstrous creature who still lives in a shell of hu

Get the same effect with our clear gloss labels! www.labelsbythesheet.com  All the way from Orkney

Get the same effect with our clear gloss labels! www.labelsbythesheet.com All the way from Orkney

Packaging of the World: Creative Package Design Archive and Gallery: Ghost Ship Rum

Ghost Ship Rum

Packaging of the World: Creative Package Design Archive and Gallery: Ghost Ship Rum

Packaging of the World: Creative Package Design Archive and Gallery: Ghost Ship Rum

Ghost Ship Rum

Packaging of the World: Creative Package Design Archive and Gallery: Ghost Ship Rum

Thinking Tree Spirits — The Dieline - Branding & Packaging Design

Thinking Tree Spirits

Hired Guns Creative created an interactive packaging experience for Thinking Tree Spirits. They took inspiration from the playful exuberance of storybooks and Rococo scrollwork, while successfully evoking the lush bounty of Oregon.

Antique "quack" medicine bottle; THE KEELEY CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS....circa 1900-1910

Antique "quack" medicine bottle; THE KEELEY CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS....circa 1900-1910

The King of Soho on Packaging of the World - Creative Package Design Gallery

The King of Soho

Designed by 1HQ, United Kingdom. Designer: Tim Holmes The King of Soho – London Dry Gin The King of Soho is a new spirits brand, owned by West End Drinks Ltd. Based in central London, West End Drinks is a new premium drinks company co-founded by Howard Raymond & Alex Robson. Howard is the son of Paul Raymond, the original ‘King Of Soho’, renowned for his multiple entertainment venues in the area, including the Raymond Review Bar. The King of Soho is a premium gin that launches in central…

Welcome To The Apothecary....Pick Your Poison

Welcome To The Apothecary....Pick Your Poison

Welcome To The Apothecary....Pick Your Poison

Designers: Galya Akhmetzyanova  & Pavla Chuykina  Project Type: Concept  Location: Dunedin, New Zealand & Moscow, Russia  Packaging Conten...

Lost&Found (Concept)

Designers: Galya Akhmetzyanova & Pavla Chuykina Project Type: Concept Location: Dunedin, New Zealand & Moscow, Russia Packaging Conten...

Creative Agency: Chad Michael Studio Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Packaging Content: Gin Location: USA A secret gin recipe ...

Mrs. Wormwood

Creative Agency: Chad Michael Studio Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Packaging Content: Gin Location: USA A secret gin recipe taken to the grave that now, years later, has been mysteriously resurrected for all to enjoy. Bottled and distilled by Wormwood & Sons.

Exotic Wood Pepper Mills, Wooden Salt and Pepper Shakers, Like Sara Moulton's Cool PepperMills, Unique, Hand Made, Hand Crafted

Exotic Wood Pepper Mills, Wooden Salt and Pepper Shakers, Like Sara Moulton's Cool PepperMills, Unique, Hand Made, Hand Crafted

Our Pepper Mills are individually hand-crafted, signed and numbered pepper mills designed by gifted artists Ron and Robyn McKinney. Like Sara Moulton's, no two pepper mills are exactly the same and all are created in limited editions. Each pepper mill is crafted from hand-picked exotic woods collected from around the world.

Laudanum, alcoholic tincture of opium, sometimes sweetened with sugar (very bitter tasting), also called wine of opium. 18th and 19th centuries were marked by the widespread use of laudanum, cheaper than a bottle of wine, when available, and not taxed as an alcoholic beverage. Addictive properties were not yet known, principle use was an an analgesic and cough suppressant in times when "cholera and dysentery regularly ripped through communities. . ."

Laudanum, alcoholic tincture of opium, sometimes sweetened with sugar (very bitter tasting), also called wine of opium. 18th and 19th centuries were marked by the widespread use of laudanum, cheaper than a bottle of wine, when available, and not taxed as an alcoholic beverage. Addictive properties were not yet known, principle use was an an analgesic and cough suppressant in times when "cholera and dysentery regularly ripped through communities. . ."