We are proud to announce that a pair of Neumeister projects have been nominated for the 2017 Swedish Design Prize. The brand makeover for Briska, as well as the design we developed for Mariestad’s Selected Brews are now in the running to win top honors.
To support our chances, cast your vote a http://www.designpriset.se from September 11 to September 19.
Meet Ebba Vålvik, our new production manager in the Stockholm office. After studying Production Management at Berghs School Of Communication, Ebba is ready put her education to work for us.
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. The winner will be announced on October 23, which can’t come fast enough for us.
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.
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.