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Golden Monkey

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15:17 PM | 26 February 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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A.J. Poholski, a student at the University of Akron, created this fun piece of branding for Golden Monkey beer. The bottle tells the story of the Golden Monkey breaking free.

A.J. Poholski, a student at the University of Akron, created this fun piece of branding for Golden Monkey beer. The bottle tells the story of the Golden Monkey breaking free from his traditional place among the three wise monkeys embodying the playfulness of the brand.

Other clever design features of A.J.'s work include the fact that the colour of the beer shows through the clear label and is thus showcased as the fur of the Golden Monkey.

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