Going against the grain of more traditional tin designs and bottle labels, Zoe olive oil employed a young, then unknown, artist to create the patterns for its signature brand. Then Zoe for Kids was born and the company reached out to another relatively unknown graphic artist to design the tin. Zoe hope to find more artists who are willing to create patterns for other products. If you’re up to the challenge, contact them for more details.
I love this collection of three fine Italian local extra virgin olive oil labels which reflect the spirit of the end of 19th century (Amantino bottle), the late twenties (Talea bottle) and the more glam-shine shrewd eighties (Unico bottle). Created by Grip, a Spaghetti-communication agency based in Rome.
Produced near Crete, Koronekes boutique olive oil is a knock out. Nicely balanced, fruity, and fresh, its taste and texture slowly envelopes your mouth, coating your tongue smoothly, richly, and without a hint of greasiness.
Butter is so 1979. These days, it’s all about olive oil. But not just any olive oil; organic, Slow Food, artisanal, extra-virgin olive oil, of course. Still, that’s not always enough. To this, add one a world renowned designer and you’ve got one of the most in vogue kitchen-must haves: LA Organic. A hundred years ago Spanish nuns near Andalusia were producing olive oil from century old trees. Today, those same stellar groves provide LA Organic with their sumptuous olive oil. Using old-school methods, the artisans behind LA Organic create top-notch oil, continuing in the region’s traditions and in celebration of the land.