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    Student work. A series of 3 labels for O&CO's 2013 Grand Crus. Instead of simply illustrating olives on the label, more thought was given to its … Read More
    Student work. A series of 3 labels for O&CO's 2013 Grand Crus. Instead of simply illustrating olives on the label, more thought was given to its nose and aromas as the store mainly sells a variety of olive oils. Read Less
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Olive oil labels for a selection of
2013 Grand Crus.
Each year, Oliviers & Co make a selection of their finest Grand Crus. For 2013, three fine oils were selected for their special aromas and flavors as well as their origin. The challenge here was to find a simple way of differentiating each bottle as the stores mainly sell olive oil. Special thought was given to the oil's notes and textures as illustrated on each label.
 
The labels were printed on earth yellow textured paper to give off a 'terroir' feeling while the freshly colored bichromatic labels attract the consumers' eye. The bottle's shape allows for easy storage as the oils can be purchased by sets of 3.
Veralda is a rich, grassy olive oil with hints of artichoke, produced in Istria.
Castellas, a smooth and floral olive oil with subtle notes of tomato leaf was produced in the south of France.
Creamy and velvety, this Greek olive oil has a nutty and buttery taste.
Ain't no Grand Cru without traceability!