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How to do this kind of design & packaging?

Discussion in 'General Software & Hardware Forum:' started by panchoskywalker, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. panchoskywalker

    panchoskywalker Junior Member

    Hello, I'm looking for info about how to do this kind of packaging and design:

    It's a champaign bottle that's covered with a plastic sleeve which has a creative design on it. I'd like to know all the "how to's" of the process, so any info is welcome.

    zarb-bizarre-champagne-packaging004 by cool3c, on Flickr

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    Shiodome, Tokyo, Japan by josewolff, on Flickr

    Miniblack Rosé by Freixenet by El Aderezo - Blog de Recetas de Cocina, on Flickr
  2. Squiddy

    Squiddy Guest

    Google + Illustrator Pen Tool + Thousands of hours learning about graphic design = Professional Graphic Designs
  3. panchoskywalker

    panchoskywalker Junior Member

    Thanks, but my question was more about the packaging process.....can the sleeve be applyed o the bottle after it's filled with champagne, taking into account that in the traditional process of making champagne the wine ferment into the bottle, etc
    I thought that maybe someone here could have been involved in a similar process......I couldn't find a packaging forum.
  4. aibrean

    aibrean Member

    Depends on the process. Here's a company that does the printing: Multi-Color Corporation You might want to ask them.
  5. mrp2049

    mrp2049 Senior Member

    To get something like that made, you would need a concept, then talk to a bottle packaging specialist to see how possible they think it is, they will give you a rough quote on the idea and how many would need to order (probably into the 10,000), and then you would have to supply a 3D net for production.

    Maybe if you are lucky someone would do you a proof, but you would probably get a bill in the regions of around £100 for it.
  6. Squiddy

    Squiddy Guest

    Ahh I see, my apologies. Hope you find what you need :)

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