Pierini Partners design for Hoegaarden 0,0, the first beer without alcohol

Friday, February 3, 2012

With a fancy aesthetic and with natural reminiscences, this new piece designed by Adrian Pierini for the most emblematic Belgium beer brand, achieves the brief objectives; it exhibits a fresh and light product.

 

Details Hoegaarden

 

Hoegaarden first appeared in 1455 and, for Pierini, it has been a great responsibility to face the challenge of designing this packaging. Not only did he have to be loyal to a long history, but to set a trend as well. He had to speak, through its aesthetic, to a new generation of consumers
that look forward to experiencing new flavors and sensations.


Hoegaarden 0,0 is a new search that the brand makes, looking to interpret the needs of those who prefer a healthier and more natural life.

 

 

Hoegaarden 0,0

 

 

In the layout created by the well-known Argentinean designer, the metallic stand prevails. On it, different miscellaneous represent spikes, which are arranged in a ludic way. By this means, they generate a special zone where the brand and the sub-brand are contained, which consist on two big zeros. The font used for the variety was specially created taking as a reference the Hoegaarden logotype, mixing the gothic style with a modern classicism.


The incorporation of yellow and green strengths the differential of the flavor which, when applied into the aluminum can, produces a distinguishing luminous effect, full of life, impact and personality.

 

The new Hoegaarden variety it is already available in France and Belgium, and will be enjoyed in Benefralux region soon.

 

For further information: www.pierinipartners.com

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