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«Taking inspiration from the cold-activated Blue Mountains of Coors Light, Russian graphic designer Semyon Kirilin has created a new bottle for G… Read More
«Taking inspiration from the cold-activated Blue Mountains of Coors Light, Russian graphic designer Semyon Kirilin has created a new bottle for German liquor brand, Jägermeister. Taking a much needed departure from their previous green, medicinal-looking glass bottle, Kirilin’s über sexy matte black bottle’s only nod to the original look is the boxy, rectangular shape. Looking clean but somewhat underwhelming at room temperature, after a good chillin’, the bottle’s thermo-sensitive label gradually appears. Could mess with your mind though after a few shots. I could have sworn there were graphics on that bottle a few minutes ago! Nice upgrade though.» © Chris Dugas zoomedia.ca Read Less
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My school homework. Concept. 
 
I used the amazing bottle of Nicki van Roon and Emil Gram as template for my idea.

«A new bottle for German herbal liquor brand, Jägermeister.

The result of a major redesign of the green, medicinal-looking glass bottle that Jägermeister traditionally came in—Kirilin’s matte black bottle only retained the original’s boxy, rectangular shape.

 At room temperature, the bottle would seem to be a nondescript, all-black container.

However, after placing it in a fridge, the bottle’s thermo-sensitive label would gradually appear—like magic.» designtaxi.com
«Jägermeister recently tapped Russian graphic designer Semyon Kirilin to craft a new bottle for the German brand's flagship product. Kirilin's redesign includes matte black glass retained by the bottle's original rectangular aesthetic. Switching from green to black wasn't the only overhaul in the process. At room temperature, the bottle appears blank, but after placing it in a chilled surface, the Jägermeister's thermo-sensitive label gradually appears.» Complex.com 
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