Beer Company’s New Series of Music-Related Labels

Collective Arts is a craft brewery based in Ontario which describes itself as “a grassroots beer company fusing the craft of brewing with the inspired talents of emerging and seasoned artists, musicians, photographers & filmmakers. Our brewery is dedicated to promote artists and raise creative consciousness through the sociability of craft beer.”

Part of that mandate involves being very creative with their labels.  A second series of label art has been released and features 76 new contributions from everyone from July Talk and The Zolas to Tim Chaisson and The Mounties.

There’s also this contribution.

Indie 88 Black Box Sessions

(Thanks to Blaine for the reminder.)

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