This Striking Gin Was Inspired By The Industrial Revolution
by Natalie Mouradian on 09/14/2017 | 2 Minute Read
Check out the mysterious and striking design for this gin. Green Chameleon has created the packaging for Bramley & Gage’s 6 O’Clock Gin by taking inspiration from the Industrial Revolution.
“On the back of our acclaimed redesigns for Bramley & Gage’s 6 O’Clock Gin and Liqueurs range, they returned to Green Chameleon to ask us to design a special edition bottle celebrating Bristol’s proud heritage. Isambard Kingdom Brunel is a character synonymous with Bristol, a key figure of the Industrial Revolution whose influence can be felt in the city’s architecture, character and notable landmarks such as the Clifton Suspension Bridge and SS Great Britain. Taking inspiration from this famous figure, Bramley & Gage sought to celebrate Bristol and their own heritage with a limited edition gin complete with standout packaging.”
“We wanted this new product to look premium and sit well with the rest of the 6 O’Clock gin family. To achieve this, we paired the black bottle – a colour we selected because of its relation to the coal that had powered the SS Great Britain – with a vibrant copper foil that helps create an eye-catching, contemporary bottle with roots in Bristol’s history of innovation.
The resulting bottle presented here hits all the marks that we and the client were aiming for, creating a standout piece of packaging!”
Designed By: Green Chameleon
Location: Bristol, UK