View Full Version : TrevOwnz needs opinions on school work
07-19-2011, 11:51 AM
I have this project for Illustrator class which is a wine bottle design and a box and I need opinions on it.
Mostly I need ideas for the box. The bottles layout is kinda the way I want it; simple and neat but the box seems a little to plain for a box and I'm unhappy with the side of it.
The name was my Girlfriends idea, it's Italian for "ripe". The whole Italian house and everything was done in Illustrator too. Was a bitch to do lol.
It's beautiful dude. I love it!
07-19-2011, 12:02 PM
07-19-2011, 03:41 PM
I don't know if you maybe want to go for a darker green on top to match with the trees but damn that house is sexy.
07-19-2011, 04:18 PM
GodDAMN that's awesome. You have some real skill, dude.
07-19-2011, 10:12 PM
Wow, looks very official. I could see this in my wine stash.
I just Wiki'd Merlot and it seems it is a purple grape, so it is more than likely going to produche a Red Wine or a Rosť, so you may want to edit the colour of the 'banner'
I also ripped the FOOD PAIRINGS section just for a little info on that
In food and wine pairings, the diversity of Merlot can lend itself to a wide array of matching options. Cabernet-like Merlots pair well with many of the same things that Cabernet Sauvignon would pair well with such as grilled and charred meats. Softer, fruitier Merlots (particularly those with higher acidity from cooler climate regions like Washington State and Northeastern Italy) share many of the same food pairing affinities with Pinot noir and go well with dishes like salmon, mushroom based dishes and greens like chard and radicchio. Light bodied Merlots can go well with shellfish like prawns or scallops, especially if wrapped in a protein-rich food such as bacon or prosciutto. Merlot tends not to go well with strong and blue veined cheeses that can overwhelm the fruit flavors of the wine. The capsaicins of spicy foods can accentuate the perception of alcohol in Merlot and make it taste more tannic and bitter.
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