Dry Town Packaging Labels
Posted 9 months ago and submitted by Steven Noble | Share link: http://illo.cc/67473




BrandtBrand hired Steven Noble to create a series of illustrations for DryTown’s new line of packaging labels. This includes the old Fort Collins, Texas downtown from back in the 1930s. From 1896 – 1969, Fort Collins was a dry town and relied on bootleggers for its libations. After a hard day’s work, the farmer, the banker, the mill worker, they all had to sneak around to get a sip of the good stuff. They made honest livings. They were good citizens. But they had a little rebelliousness in them, an outlaw spirit that urged them to break the rules. The additional spot illustrations include the Juniper berries, wheat and combination wheat, corn and rye.



Steven Noble
Illustrator
Petaluma, USA
Tel: 707-789-0166
www.stevennoble.com/…

Steven Noble expertise includes, woodcut, engraving, line art, and pen and ink and scratchboard illustrations. He has mastered a wide range of detail and style within the scratchbo… Show more.

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Profile updated 5th November, 2017
Member since 2nd February, 2010
Awards
Cracker Barrel National Addy Award 2010, 2006 Rosey Award
Clients
American Express, JP Morgan, Mercedes Benz, Exxon-Mobil, Sam Adams, The White House
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“Steve is one of those rare creative types who can use both hemispheres of his brain to create tight, outstanding illustrations--every time. His website speaks volumes about the quality of his work, so let me speak to the quality of his ethos: Steve is sharp, friendly and very professional. He pulls out the stops and delivers above-expectation results consistently. Thanks Steve!” February 15, 2008 Steve Fischer / Fischer Design 2008
— Steve Fischer, Fischer Design