“We believe that some of the greatest things in life are still to be discovered. That’s why we matched traditional gin botanicals with the rare Tasmanian pepperberry to create a refined and elegant gin that is unlike any other. And why Forty Spotted? We named it after Tasmania’s rarest bird, the Forty-spotted Pardalote (Pardalotus quadragintus) – an endemic creature that is as unique as our gin. Best paired with warm nights and fine friends.”

OI was contacted to help build the visual component of the new Forty Spotted Rare Tasmanian Gin brand. Owned by the Lark Distillery, we’ve have been lucky enough to see this gin continually develop, from the beautiful recipe that Lyn Lark originally created in the mid 90’s.

The project involved 2 days in the Tasmanian Central Highlands shooting stills and video, studio product photography, a cocktail shoot at the local bar Ash & Bester’s and overall coverage of the official launch party.

 

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  • Project Type: Stills & Motion
  • Client: Forty Spotted Gin
  • Agency: Red Jelly
  • Website: fortyspotted.com/

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