The limited edition Wine of Design 2009 range was launched on Friday 9 October at ARIA Restaurant in Sydney.
October 15th, 2009
An annual collaborative project between creative icons and winemakers, Wine of Design has delivered a series of successful collaborations for 2009, with all proceeds going to Make Poverty History.
Six limited edition wine bottles featuring custom-designed labels were launched, displaying the handiwork of creatives such Melbourne fashion house MATERIALBYPRODUCT, and the inimitable Sass & Bide.
Other contributors included Australian installation artist Anthony Lister, who has showcased work alongside the like of graffiti icons such as Banksy.
There are six limited edition bottles in the 2009 range:
MATERIALBYPRODUCT Susan Dimasi and Chantal Kirby, designing a label for Mark O’Callaghan’s 2004 Yarra Burn Blanc de Blancs.
Sass and Bide – Half of one of Australia’s most loved fashion brands, Heidi Middleton, creating with Mike Aylward’s 2007 Ocean Eight “Aylward” Pinot Noir
Matt Moran – Multi award winning chef, teaming with Stephen Shelmerdine + Steve Webber’s 2008 Phi Pinot Noir
Nick Littlemore – Empire of the Sun and Pnau member, designing a label for Dan Buckle’s 2006 Mount Langi Ghiran “Langi Shiraz”
Anthony Lister – Internationally renowned painter and installation artist, creating a label for Steve Webber’s 2007 Melba Reserve
Sam La More – Record producer, recording artist and DJ, designing for Andrew Fleming’s 2007 Coldstream Hills Reserve Chardonnay
Wine of Design has worked with image agency 3 Deep Design to ensure each artist’s vision has been accordingly fulfilled.
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