This brand of vitamin water was created and designed by Russian student Barysheva Yana. Before you go thinking it's just a bottle with a pretty picture stuck on it, an unbelievable amount of thought has gone into producing this brand.
There is a reason for every tiny detail you see. The brand name, the product names, the animals, the symbols, the numbers, the latin phrase, they're are all necessary in making the brand what it is and they all have specific meanings and representations. For example on the Youth drink, the unicorn represents innocence and youth (backed up be legend), the plant symbol represents life vitality and prosperity and in numerology the number eight represents youth. Thought has even gone into the ingredients of each of the three drinks.
The shape and design of the bottle is also very important. The top comes off providing a gorgeous glass to drink from instead of having to drink straight from the bottle. On top of that, we just love the beautiful illustrations on each bottle. You can read even more about the project here.
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