• Add to Collection
  • Tools Used
  • About

    About

    We were able to act out our love for wining and designing when it came to the vineyard Weingut Knauß. We designed a logo to match the simple arch… Read More
    We were able to act out our love for wining and designing when it came to the vineyard Weingut Knauß. We designed a logo to match the simple architectural design of the new concrete building with its straight wood paneling, thus showing the essence not only of the vineyard but also the rows of vine and the winemaker Andreas Knauß. The manuscript type developed especially for this purpose is a reference to the craftsmanship and love for winemaking - unmistakable, individual and authentic. This is also evident in the choice of materials; the labels have a lined and strutted appearance, just as the rows of vine. The unique label is refined even more in some varieties with Gun Metal foil blocking. Thanks to the photographs on the printed media, one gets a real feel for the materials. Wood, concrete or mash - the vineyard shows its openness and sends a clear message: this is true craftsmanship! Read Less
    Published:


We were able to act out our love for wining and designing when it came to the vineyard Weingut Knauß. We designed a logo to match the simple architectural design of the new concrete building with its straight wood paneling, thus showing the essence not only of the vineyard but also the rows of vine and the winemaker Andreas Knauß. The manuscript type developed especially for this purpose is a reference to the craftsmanship and love for winemaking - unmistakable, individual and authentic. This is also evident in the choice of materials; the labels have a lined and strutted appearance, just as the rows of vine. The unique label is refined even more in some varieties with Gun Metal foil blocking. Thanks to the photographs on the printed media, one gets a real feel for the materials. Wood, concrete or mash - the vineyard shows its openness and sends a clear message: this is true craftsmanship!


Art-Direction | Christian Vögtlin 
Graphic |
Michael Adolph & Nadine Maerz
Photography | Frederik Laux
Printer | Schiller Etiketten
Paper | Gmund Square Label
Follow us on | Facebook | Instagram


Thanks