Well this is another proof that we are living in a strange (but fascinating) world .It looks like half of the earth population striving to find descent water sources while the other half goes out of it’s way to sell water.Putting the world social and environmental issues aside, we are very impressed with the innovative and creative world of bottled water design.
Antipodes from New Zealand.Stunning pure, clean and simple in shape and graphic styles.
Looks like a real fine bath foam that will fit nicely in our bathroom.
Smart Water purity you can taste and feel only by looking at this elegant slender
Sei Water you can hold it comfortably in your hand and it fits easily in your pocket, in your briefcase, in your purse or in your sports bag
G Pure Energy curvy and sexy from Norway , selling high-end water to the masses
Fred the friendly water disguised as booze
1 litre, a stylish bottle with a lid that dabbles as a cup
Metromint the pepermint water.
Clean, bold and vibrant in shape and refreshing graphic design. Quite a refreshing attitude to water graphic style.
Bling H2O Pretty taste, Pretty face. Indeed.
Designed for the super-luxury consumer: frosted, corked bottles exquisitely handcrafted with genuine Swarovski crystals .
And this is only the tip of the iceberg.
Now , you probably murmur to yourself, do we really need another bloody water?? Apparently the people from the new water brand Another bloody water think we do.
What can we say, they have a really good sense of humor and sense of style in packaging.
There are some other voices, seeing all this as a crazy waste (and they are right of course…), and aiming to encourage us to drink tap water (where possible of course) save our money and give it to those who really need good drinking water.
Here are 2 examples, as you can see they are nicely designed too!
Neau water from Holland, sold in Supermarkets as an empty bottle, requiring the buyer to fill up from his own tap . Revenues are spent in drinking water projects in underdeveloped countries in Africa, Vietnam, Peru, and other poor parts of the world
Charity: Water offering you to buy (Virtual?) bottles of spring water and all of the money goes for others who have none. Think of it as water for water.
Thank you people.