Hague Williams

Bottle Covers

Inspired by the colorful money in the Netherlands, Hague Williams used a screen-printing technique to print an original bleed with primary colors on muslin. He took the Heineken logo and broke it up into graphic elements, repeating those pieces and resizing them into a pattern almost like they are blowing in the wind. He printed this onto the individual bottle covers, six in all, creating a psychedelic landscape.

Process

Bottle 1 Bottle 2 Bottle 3

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