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Wine Corks Get Dressed Up To Represent Various Countries

As every country has something distinguishable about itself, Spanish design studio Lavernia & Cienfuegos has designed a range of playful wine labels to differentiate wines of different origins.

Much like cork stopper animals, in the label series called ‘Wines of the World’, wine corks were dressed up to create forms that resemble the countries.

These include a koala bear to represent Australian wine, an elephant to represent South African wine, and a Trojan to represent Italy.

“The cork is a sign of humility, an object of little value, often used as craft material, as a simple and easily manipulated element with which to play and create. The use of cork gives it the air of something simple, typical of an everyday product. The cap is the element that unifies and personalizes the whole range. The motif designed for each label refers to the country of origin,” the design studio wrote on its site.

The wine labels were created for wine brand 365 of Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize.



















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