Logo design / packaging

Logo design / packaging

Bær

Bær

YEAR
2019

YEAR
2019

CLIENT

CLIENT
–

DESCRIPTION
I have always found the world of beer to be inspiring as far as its various visual appearances and ways of communicating to its customers! Being a beer-fan myself, it was definitely a lot of fun to work on this brand!

The brand would originate from Denmark, thus the merge of two words 'beer' and 'bear' into Bær through the usage of a Danish 'æ' letter. Moreover, 'bær' as a Danish word stands for 'a berry' – that itself could unfold into a concept of producing specific for the brand flavors.

Now the question is, who would like to bear some beer?!

DESCRIPTION
I have always found the world of beer to be inspiring as far as its various visual appearances and ways of communicating to its customers! Being a beer-fan myself, I had decided to create Bær as a matter of personal practice.

The brand would originate from Denmark, thus the merge of two words 'beer' and 'bear' into Bær through the usage of a Danish 'æ' letter. Moreover, 'bær' as a Danish word stands for 'a berry' – that itself could unfold into a concept of producing specific for the brand flavors.

Now the question is, who would like to bear some beer?!

DESCRIPTION
I have always found the world of beer to be inspiring as far as
its various visual appearances and ways of communicating to its
customers! Being a beer-fan myself, it was definitely a lot of fun
to work on this brand!

The brand would originate from Denmark, thus the merge of two
words 'beer' and 'bear' into Bær through the usage of a Danish
'æ' letter. Moreover, 'bær' as a Danish word stands for 'a berry' –
– that itself could unfold into a concept of producing specific
for the brand flavors.

Now the question is, who would like to bear some beer?!

DESCRIPTION
I have always found the world of beer to be inspiring as far as its various visual appearances and ways of communicating to its customers! Being a beer-fan myself, it was definitely a lot of fun to work on this brand!

The brand would originate from Denmark, thus the merge of two words 'beer' and 'bear' into Bær through the usage of a Danish 'æ' letter. Moreover, 'bær' as a Danish word stands for 'a berry' which could become one of the core flavors that the company's products would be based on.

Now the question is, who would like to bear some beer?!


Baerlogo
Beermap
bbearlogos
bear_seal
label
beer1
Mockups Design

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9 out of 10 surveyed people said that I don't bite when I'm being talked to so come! – say hi! 

9 out of 10 surveyed people said that I don't bite when I'm being talked to so come! 
– say hi! 

pola@lisowi.cz
(0045) 60568122

pola@lisowi.cz
(0045) 60568122

pola@lisowi.cz
(0045) 60568122

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