Huge congrats to Skoaktiebolaget on the launch of Löf & Tung. Named after its founders, we’re proud of creating its new identity.
We’re very pleased to work with Malaco and Djungelvrål on a day like this!
Today is the launch of the new Öresundståg. Get on board to experience the interior, exterior and graphic identity program designed by Neumeister.
Our secret footage proves that space invaders do exist.
At Luxe Pack 2018 in Los Angeles, our founder Peter Neumeister shared his thoughts on the power of iconic packaging.
After working for the past handful of years in advertising, we’re happy to have Karolina Ekstrand in Malmö as our new production manager.
While honoring Boston’s legendary sports culture, the new identity for O’Learys by Neumeister is designed to energize the brand on every level. Read more about the project here.
Just in time for the holidays – Pistonhead Christmas Carol. Unlike years gone by when it was sold in bottles, this dark holiday lager has a new design and is now available in cans.
Happy to announce that we won 6 awards in the Wolda Competition 2017. BOOM!
Unlike the mystical cats that identify Brutal Brewing’s latest limited edition tap beer, Ruby Hop doesn’t have nine lives. So try this red wheat beer before the next new offering rotates in.
Inspired by Sir Isaac Newton and the apple that fell from the tree, Ginger Beer from Gravity by Grevens is hitting store shelves across Norway in 33 cl cans.
Please join us in welcoming Anna Stenmark to the Neumeister team in Stockholm.
We are proud to announce that the brand makeover for Briska and the design for Mariestad’s Selected Brews have been nominated for the 2017 Swedish Design Prize.
The sense of hearing defines our experience, so it should be matched with the best sound equipment and DJ’s in the world. We have the sense of sight covered.
After seven years, Neumeister is finally reunited with Creative Director Mattias Lindstedt, who’s back in our Stockholm office. Mattias was here from 2006-2010, and we hope he’ll stay now for many years to come.
“Perfection is a moving target” is the title of the book designed and written by Neumeister to celebrate the first decade of Koenigsegg hypercars. For 2017, we’re excited to report it’s also a finalist for the Publishing Prize in the Business History category.
Since first opening in Gothenburg in 1988, O’Learys has grown to about 120 franchised sports bar restaurants in 12 countries. Now, Neumeister is on the team to update the brand’s identity and marketing toolbox.
Get the summer started with Briska’s new makeover.
Already one of Norway’s most popular beers, Neumeister was commissioned to give Hansa Borg a more elegant appearance.
After years of launching new Pistonhead brews, Spendrups is shifting gears. Flat Tire will be the first Pistonhead available in 3.5% and Non-Alcoholic varieties in grocery stores.
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.
The newest addition to our Malmö office, Niklas Brunner, has an especially keen interest in typography. He creates his own fonts and customizes others, which fits our clients’ needs to the letter.
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.
Photographer Tobias Regell’s portfolio covers the spectrum from commercial product shots to fine art portraits. Neumeister designed his website that’s similar to a printed book.
Since its introduction, 4.8% bottles of Tail of the Whale from Brutal Brewing have been available from Systembolaget. Now the 3,5% version is in grocery stores, too.
Peter Neumeister is in Japan this week to showcase our agency’s expertise. In Tokyo, he met with Fumi Sasada, founder of Bravis International and former president of The Japanese Packaging Association, to inspire and be inspired.
Neumeister has won the Pentawards bronze for Mariestads Limited Edition. We were proud to receive our trophy in Shanghai!
First introduced as a limited edition rotating tap beer, the Lit Up Black IPA is now available in bottles, too.
Andy Warhol is famous for elevating commercial graphic design into an art form, something that inspires our work. Visit Artipelag until September 25 to see how he continues to influence the world today.
Neumeister is thrilled to be nominated five times in the Svenska Designpriset competition for; Hövding identity, Hövding package design, N’1ce identity, N’1ce package design and Mariestads Limited Edition.
As an artist, cultural pioneer and peaceful protester, Yayoi Kusama made a positive impact on society for more than six decades. Get inspired by her exhibition at Moderna Museet in Stockholm. We did.
Representing 177 different nationalities, Helamalmö is dedicated to improving the lives of youth in Malmö. Neumeister is proud to be part of it, and thank Allan Daastrup for helping us create the font.
Traveling by steam train on an inland route, Mariestads’ Master Brewer Richard Bengtsson continued his annual search for inspiration. We went along, together with a team from Chef of the Year and invited guests.
Congrats to Resole for winning the Malmö City business award in the category “Environment & Sustainable Development” for sneakers they make using fabric we originally designed for Skånetrafiken bus seats.
The artist Damiàn Ortega works with details and looks at things from different perspectives. See his work, including The Beetle Trilogy, at Malmö Konsthall until September 25.
After migrating south from the heart of Sweden in Dalarna to Malmö, 27-year-old Maximilian Romlin will be organizing the content and navigation of our online presence.
The Pentawards are recognized as the most prestigious worldwide competition for packaging design. Neumeister is proud that our work for three Mariestads Limited Editions has been nominated.
At Neumeister, we’re always looking to learn about the latest design trends. So our entire staff took flight on “Kristi Himmelfärdshelgen”, the Swedish holiday, to take part in the design conference “99U” in New York City.
Since first opening its doors in 1968, Max Hamburgers has grown to become Sweden’s oldest and most popular chain of hamburger restaurants. Neumeister has now been commissioned to help the hamburger chain maintain its status.
Cheers to Mariestads’ Brewmaster Richard Bengtsson for the fourth in a series of special brews honoring Sweden’s history. This time, it’s a barley wine aptly named “Ostindien Strong Ale”.