by Tiffanie Pfrang on 05/18/2011 | 1 Minute Read

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Check out Stockholm Design Lab's contemporary take on Sake Packaging. The abstracted graphic of the grain/ grains on the bottles indicates the quality of the sake. In this case, less truly is more. 

"Takeshi Akiyama is a exclusive sake manufacturer based in southern Japan. For generations, his family has produced sake in three qualities; Junmai, Junmai Ginjo, Junmai Daiginjo. The quality of the sake is determined buy the percentage of the original rice grain that is used in the brewing process. The lesser the better. And that is also the core idea of our design. The label on the bottle of the best quality sake, Daiginjo, only shows one single grain. The Unique White bottle has à traditional cap and screenprinted text. In addition to the bottles, we have created the corporate identity."

Designed by Stockholm Design Lab

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