Screen-Printed Geometric Designs Mean No More Bottle Labels

Screen-Printed Geometric Designs Mean No More Bottle Labels

Regular Beer is a modernist design ethos that works the eye and saves on production

Rachel Pincus
  • 21 april 2015

In the U.S., beer branding has become a fascinating contest to follow, sometimes even helping drive the content of the bottle, with brews based on Pantone shades, for example. But what about technological innovation in the bottles themselves? A Polish designer, Kamil Piatkowski, has created a bottle design called Regular Beer that uses screen printing to elegantly save on the mental and physical energy used to print bottle labels.

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