What It Would Look Like if Known Brands Sold Wine

99 bottles of brands on the wall.

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Upon noticing the oversaturation of brand presence, creative director Thomas Ollivier set on a path to see what it would look like if some of the world’s most recognized brands decided to “invade” the winemaking industry. Taking the structure of a familiar 750 mL wine bottle, Ollivier reimagined 99 brands encompassing all types of categories — from popular household names like Nike and Lego and McDonald’s, to digital apps like Netflix and Tinder — by flipping the labels and foil caps as if they sold consumer-ready wine. The iconic logos were adapted to artfully fit the bottle’s construction, set against a background complementing the respective brand’s color scheme. Take a look at some of the designs above and head over to Ollivier’s website to see the complete set.

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