Every Friday we raise a glass to celebrate some of the best new boozy bottles to hit store shelves. Some like their packaging ultra contemporary, and some like it more vintage DIY. But today we’re bridging both worlds to showcase the delightfully quirky aesthetic that’s born when you top off the unintentional imperfections of the analog world with a polished, Photoshop finish.

Verano de España, by Enric Aguilera Asociados
They say you shouldn’t go grocery shopping when you’re hungry—but how about when you’re thirsty? These hilarious compositions of vintage beachgoers, superimposed with artfully directed foods like prosciutto and giant prawn, are making us laugh and salivate all at once.
(Via Packaging of the World)

Tap Room, by Lobby Design
We’re throwing back to the “golden age of cocktails,” and getting groovy with some ’60s-inspired designs. The whirlwind of pop culture references on these cocktail labels relishes the free-spirited,and kooky world of anything-goes collages, paired with crisp letterforms.
(Via Packaging of the World)

Skál Beer, by Robert Gutmann
If camouflage was meant to conceal against a jungle backdrop, then this camo beer was made for vacationers hoping to blend into their beach surroundings. Reflecting skin tones and the waves, this Icelandic brew is ready to submerge itself into a landscape of nude bods and blue waters. Ah, summer.

Cornucopia, by Alexandra Rusu
Comprised of differently textured food and snacks, these trippy donkeys are more than psychedelic eye candy. Representing all the flavors bottled into each wine, the illustration is literal and metaphorical—also depicting “the horn of plenty,” the symbol of nourishment.
(Via The Dieline)