Robert Wiltshire created a Bauhaus and Swiss graphic design-inspired brand identity for Sundays Gin.

Robert Wiltshire is a creative director and graphic designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Specializing in a wide range of creative work, he operates a small multidisciplinary design studio. Just recently, he shared this beautiful branding project realized for Sundays Gin.

“Founded from the idea of bringing people together, Sundays came about from wanting to create and bottle the spontaneity of all those great Sundays well-spent with great friends.

The owner’s motivation was to take the unknown around gin and produce a lively spirit without all the fuss; something that’s easy to mix with whatever is in the fruit bowl, with a softer taste so you can appreciate for a few rounds.

Simply put, “Sundays” make a damn tasty gin, with no particular need for the occasion. With a generous splash of playfulness added for extra measure, Sundays hope to inspire the next “GINeration” of gin lovers to get mixing with our bright and crisp flavor.

Introducing Sundays, a damn tasty gin. Simple as that. Because every day should feel like a Sundays kind of day.”

Below you can see a few images of the project. For more, feel free to visit the website of Robert’s studio or follow him on Behance.

Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire
Sundays gin branding by Robert Wiltshire

All images © by Robert Wiltshire. Do not hesitate to take a look at our Graphic Design and Branding categories.

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