For the past few years 1800 Tequila has been releasing limited edition artist series bottles.
The most recent, the fabulous new Lucha Libre Series of 6 artist designed bottles for 1800 Tequila have recently been introduced and are now accompanied by three mini documentaries of their creation by A76.
above: Gary Baseman working on his bottle art and the finished product
Highlighted are three award winning artists (Gary Baseman, Tristan Eaton, Yuko Shimizu) designing and speaking about their Luchador themed artwork for the limited edition 1800 Tequila Bottles.
above: Yuko Shimizo talks about her design and the finished product
Through the combination of stylized editing and Mexican influenced original music, the videos immerse viewers into the artists' creative process, as well as their different personality and locations.
above: Tristan Eaton's bottle art in progress and the finished product
Watch as Yuko Shimizu, Tristan Eaton and Gary Baseman create their original art work for the new limited edition Luchador bottle series for 1800 Tequila.
In addition to the bottles featured in the documentaries, the other 3 Lucha Libre bottles were designed by Tes One:
and Alex Hank:
The video series was created and produced by Duffy Higgins in partnership with Proximo Spirits & 1800 Tequila. An A76 Production.
PRODUCED & DIRECTED BY: DUFFY HIGGINS
EDITED BY: JOHN REIS
SOUND MIXER & SOUND DESIGN BY: ROB DALY
MUSIC BY: MAD PAN PRODUCTIONS
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: GUILIA ARMENTANO
The full line of the 3rd Artist Series of bottles for 1800 Tequila:
Over at NOTCOT, you can see the unboxing of the promotional mailer and all the cool Lucha Libre related design goodies by Dead As We Know It that came with it.
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