Just in time for summer, a new variety of Gott & Blandat goodies from Cloetta includes a taste of Cola. This complements the tropical mix of lemon, lime, watermelon and other refreshing flavors in the package.
A new mouthwatering mix
In the creative core of the Big Apple
From June 7 – 9, creative professionals from around the world shared their ideas for shaping the future at the 99U Conference in NYC. Our own Calle Larsson was there, both adding and gathering inspiration.
Bringing the heat to Norway
With a name like Chili Blonde Belgian Ale, the graphic design for this new beer from Hansa have to be just as hot. With a bite of chili, the new brew is set to heat up the Norwegian market in 2017.
Only the best for Beskows
Created for those who savor fine dining experiences, two varieties of non-alcoholic VY from Beskows are now available. Neumeister has developed a full menu of items for its graphic identity program.
An elegant look to match a quality taste
While it’s already one of Norway’s most popular beers, there’s always room to grow. To help expand the appeal of Hansa Borg Fatöl, Neumeister was commissioned to give the brew a more elegant appearance.
Ready to roll into grocery stores
After years of launching new Pistonhead brews in Systembolaget, Spendrups is shifting gears. Now, Flat Tire will be the first Pistonhead available in 3.5% and Non-Alcoholic varieties in grocery stores, too.
From Logic to Magic
Innovative brand designs don’t just appear out of thin air. During Plastteknik Nordic 2017 in Malmö, Calle Larsson from Neumeister explained how a strong strategy connects to producing strong design concepts.
Multiple choice answers
Cloetta just made it easier for consumers who have a tough time choosing which flavor of YUP sugarfree pastilles to buy. Bags with both Salty Caramel & Salmiak, and Sour Peach & Strawberry Lime, are now in stores.
Ask for the Pistonhead shine
Previously only available in 33cl bottles in restaurants, the award-winning Pistonhead Full Amber Lager is finally available through Systembolaget in Sweden. The shiny copper colored cans can be ordered now.
Hot fun in the summertime
Ahlgrens Bilar has long been one of Sweden’s most iconic sweets. Now the green, pink and white car-shaped candy includes a larger model for grilling. Grillbilar are already driving thoughts of summer.
Sold Out: The Shortest Horror Story Ever Told
On May 11, agency founder Peter Neumeister shared what it takes to develop a successful luxury brand in the wine and spirits industry. His ironic presentation took place at Luxe Pack 2017 in New York City.
Our type of graphic designer
The newest addition to our Malmö office, Niklas Brunner, brings an especially keen interest in typography to work. He creates his own fonts and customizes others, which fits our clients’ needs to the letter.
Waves of fun
When summer arrives in Norway, Hansa Borg will be ready to help its customers enjoy it. A fresh update of the beer can’s design makes it easy to imagine the fun that awaits in the warm weather months ahead.
Heim Sweet Heim
Heimstaden is one of the largest developers and owners of rental property in the Nordics. Now, a distinctive new logo and brand identity program highlights the professionalism, innovation and caring it provides.
An instant classic
The Läkerol Classic range of pastilles now includes a new flavor combo for the Norwegian market. Blackberry Licorice features the distinctive Läkerol look designed by Neumeister for Cloetta in Norway.
Now twist, and rotate
Brutal Brewing’s latest exercise in creating a limited edition beer is now on tap at selected pubs and restaurants. Enigma Pale Ale twists hops from New Zealand together with hints of citrus and red berries.
A sophisticated look for mature tastes
With a long-term goal of extending its customer base to a more mature audience, Neumeister has redesigned Spendrups Briska brand. The cider’s fresh look highlights tradition, craftsmanship and genuine flavor.
Last name first
In order to better highlight their main ingredient, Läkerol Licorice Mint pastilles that were only previously sold in Denmark are being re-named Minty Licorice. A fresh design accompanies the new name, too.
What on earth was he thinking?
On April 18, agency founder Peter Neumeister lectured at the Royal Danish School of Fine Art. Peter shared his thoughts on what inspires him creatively, from classic Rodin sculptures to modern package design.
A brand that won’t be fenced in
Since its launch, Texas State of Mind has only been available at restaurants in Sweden. Until now, that is. In April, a 3.5% alcohol version of the brew will be spurring new sales in grocery stores, too.