Engaging Beer Can and Bottle Design

Six interesting approaches to branding from Japanese cat brew to limited edition Guinness

While the following beers were vetted by taste first, something continued to please the team here at CH: the way they were presented. Whether it’s curious art, exquisite fonts or just clean, classic branding, the following six beer companies struck our collective fancy. Even though one shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, the packaging of these brews definitely offers insight on what you’ll find …

The White Line Fragrance Collection by Odin New York

The NYC-based menswear brand explores its feminine side with a line of deconstructed floral scents for all genders

Though Odin New York is often touted as a men’s lifestyle boutique, the brand is inching toward the androgynous. This is especially apparent in the cult following of its fragrances, which have developed a unisex fan base despite most often landing on the pages of magazines such as Details and Nylon Men. Now Odin has taken deliberate measures to explore its feminine side by introducing …

VL92 Gin & Tonic Emergency Kit

A vibrant Dutch tipple conveniently and handsomely packaged

More than just curious paper packaging (though it is lovely, thanks to design agency Rare Fruits Council), VL92‘s Gin & Tonic Emergency Kit is a smart option for the ever-famous cocktail—and those who want to quickly whip it up. With the recipe incorporated onto the bag design, anyone can easily perfect this classic concoction. The kit includes Fentimans tonic as their preferred partner, and the …