A naked bottle is just not fun enough. Perhaps that is the thought that inspired an Israeli designer to launch a line of textured fabric labels for wine.
Eyal Baumert is the mastermind behind the cloth labels, which add oomph to wine and alcohol bottles. The cutting edge labels begin as a paper design on the bottles and end with a trail of fabric. The labels were exclusively designedfor the Tel Aviv-based Zayde Alcohol Company.
This designer is the latest one to take the plunge into revolutiozing the world of wine labels and wine bottling. We don't know when you'll see the dressed bottles on the shelf at your local wine shop but, in the meantime, you can satisfy your curiosity with the bottles below.
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