A dark label makes for a sophisticated looking label. That said, it can often blend in on the shelf and hide among the vibrant packaging. So, how can you create a dark label that stands out? First things first, lean into the luxurious look.
Unique Shapes For a Dark Label
As seen in the El Pial tequila label above, and the Bissell R&D label below, unique shapes create interest. The El Pial label is an excellent example because the label leads the customer into picking up the bottle and twisting it for more information. The eye-lines draw the viewer in and around the bottle.
Pair With Innovative Labeling Techniques
The labels shown include the following techniques:
- The Brewhouse beer label
- Motion Coat background
- Grit Coat pumpkin Stem
- Foiling over title
- El Pial tequila label
- MiraFoil over titles
- Chateau Du Parc Bordeaux label
- Foiling over titles and signature
- Embossing over border
- Monrovia R&D Plant Labels
- Foiling over border details
- Bissell R&D Labels
- Cast & Cure holographic designs over background
These techniques not only add interest but create depth in your design. With the Chateau Du Parc label, the embossing and foiling take a monochromatic label and make it look timeless and luxurious. While the embossing doesn’t add color, it creates a texture that customers will want to reach out and touch.
Dark labels already imply luxury or sophistication. Lean into that implication with stunning techniques. Even if your product isn’t a luxury product, the care put into the label design will delight customers. Or, use techniques to create a handcrafted feel, and provide a personal touch.
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