Okay, enough excuses.
I'll take a quick look at two more labels by Just Beer, who take really stripped down design to an extreme. Unlike some of the other labels, these have one color.
The first is the Horseneck Inspired Pale Ale.
Jackson Pollock-meets-Ralph Macchio look gives it a nice combination of life and restraint.
- CraftCans.com announced the winner of their design contest, and he's from PA. David Grooms designed the "Dry Town Brown" label in honor of his hometown of Lansdowne, which is in fact a dry town.
- There will be beer in space, if Aussie brewers 4 Pines have anything to say about it.
- If you haven't checked out Emily Sauter's comic art beer reviews, you really should. One of the coolest beer-art things being done right now. You can see her reviews at her Pints and Panels blog or on Cheers for Beers and her "The Right to Beer Arms" strip at Beer and Videogames.
- Jay Brooks has Syracuse illustrator Charlene Audrey's Four Beer Nations pieces.
- In the "Beer Gear for Ladies" department: Now you can buy jewelery from recycled beer bottles. If you're looking for a retailer (or, gentlemen, a gift for someone special), check out Ecolissa, a sustainability happy e-venue referred by your friends at Lost in the Beer Aisle. She's got some pretty cool stuff for sale.