If people ask which city branding I like the most, one of the favourites for sure is Kuršių Nerija. History of this place and their visual language - from weather vanes to heraldics made from seafaring alphabets - makes this place unique. Maybe one day I can put my hands on expanding and making a proper visual identity for this unique place. For now, I can share my packaging design made for the Red Brick Brewery Workshop, which is fully inspired by Kuršių Nerija and weather vanes.
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