Marcel Buerkle’s Portfolio

6 Nov

Quick Fruit packaging concept

  • Quick FruitConcept Packaging RenderingsThe idea behind Quick Fruit packaging is a fruit sliced in half showing the core of the fruit as the lid of the product. A clean, simple logo with the letter “Q” depicting a cup with a spoon appears on the lid and side.

  • Die Gestalten Verlag GmbH & Co. KG:
    Boxed and Labeled Vol.1 , (Germany)
  • Design and Design International:
    Book of the Year, Vol. 2 (France)

Nocturnalis / Durinalis

  • Nocturnalis / DurinalisRed and White Wine Label & Box Design Concepts

    I designed and developed this red and white wine range with a strong, black & white, day & night, sun & moon concept using astrological symbols in a symbolic solar system. The number 24365 stands for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The “D” and “N” on the labels will be embossed and the boxes will have a checkered UV varnished pattern.

  • “To some wine lovers, the difference between white and red wines is one of night and day.
    Designer Marcel Buerkle created a series of packaging for two wines, a Cabernet Sauvignon and a
    Sauvignon Blanc, that represent the dynamic nature of the fermented grape. His Nocturnalis and Durinalis wine packaging designs are inspired by the moon and the sun and the movement of the earth between them. Their courses throughout the skies are documented on these labels, giving a starry sense of wonder for what awaits those who pop these corks.” – thecoolist.com
  • The above 4 image-sets and animation, featuring the wine labels and bottles, were done by the very talented Nhi Vo and Lauren Tom.

    Concept, Design & Animation:
    Nhi Vo
    Direction & 3D Artist:
    Lauren Tom

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